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SULLAY
KAIKAI
(Forward)
Born: 26 Aug 1995
Where: Southwark, England
Joined Wycombe: 15 July 2021 - Free transfer from Blackpool
Wycombe Debut: Exeter City 0 Wycombe 0 - League Cup - 10 Aug 2021
First Wycombe goal: Wycombe 1 Wigan Ath 3 - League One - 22 Feb 2022
Contracted until: June 2023
Career summary at Wycombe:
22 appearances - 2 goals
Until end of 2021/22 season
Career Details
Date Club League
Apps
League
goals
Cup
Apps
Cup
Goals
See Wikipedia for earlier club history
Jul19-Jul21 Blackpool 58 11 10 2
2021/2022 Wycombe Wanderers 8(9) 2 4(1) 0
Background:
It was announced on 15th July 2021 that Sullay Kaikai had joined Wycombe Wanderers on a two-year deal, following a free transfer from Blackpool. He had spent two seasons with Blackpool and was part of the squad that won promotion to the Championship at the end of the 2020/21 campaign.

Kaikai had started his professional football career as 15-year-old with Crystal Palace. After a loan spell with Crawley Town, he made his First Team debut for Palace in Football League Cup tie with Newcastle United in September 2014 = coming on as an 80th minute substitute, scoring an equalising goal before his side were defeated 3-2

Further loan spells came with Cambridge United, Shrewsbury Town (twice), Brentford and Charlton Athletic before a spell with NAC Breda on the Netherlands. He returned to the UK to join Blackpool in July 2019.

Commenting at the time of his move to Wycombe, Wanderers Manager Gareth Ainsworth said: "Sullay is a fantastic talent and exactly the type of player who will get fans off their seats. Heís always impressed me when Iíve seen him play and his experience with Blackpool last year, where he was a regular in a promotion-winning team, makes him an ideal character to bring into our squad."

Just prior to his move to Wycombe, Kaikai had made his international debut for Sierra Leone, appearing in a 1-0 victory over Benin in a 2021 Africa Cup of Nations qualification match. In the following 12 months he would appears a further six times for his national side (up to and including a Africa Cup of Nations qualifying game v Guinea-Bissau on 13th June 2022).

External links:
Wikipedia
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