Soccer News of Friday, 27 February 2015
Crystal Palace Sierra Leonean youngster Sullay Borbor Kaikai has reiterated he looks up to Ghanaian striker Kwesi Appiah because he has been very helpful to his development.
The talented youngster who has joined Cambridge United till the end of the season showered praises on the Black Stars striker for his guidance.
Kaikai, 18, had a brief spell on loan at Crawley in the Sky Bet League One last season before his career got a major boost last September when he scored on his debut for Palace against Newcastle in the third round of the Capital One Cup.
The Sierra Leonean is now relishing the chance to show what he can do on a regular basis in the Sky Bet League Two, and feels he is taking real strides under the guidance of head coach Richard Money.
“At Crawley I didn’t get enough experience, which was a shame, but this loan has been completely different and I feel like I’m developing, which is good,” said Kaikai to the media. “The manager has given me confidence to express myself as well, so that helps.”