Message to Blackpool defender Jordan Gabriel from boss Neil Critchley: Stay patient …
The 26-year-old scored yesterday in Sierra Leone’s 1-1 draw against South Sudan in Casablanca.
The winger recovered the ball from the right side of the 18-yard penalty area, before stepping back and shooting into the far corner.
“Glory to God,” Kaikai wrote on Twitter.
“What a moment marking my first international goal.”
Kaikai made his Sierra Leone debut in June this year in a 1-0 African Cup of Nations qualifying victory over Benin.
The victory allowed Sierra Leone to qualify for the competition for the first time in 25 years.
He was born in London but qualifies to play for Sierra Leone thanks to his parents.
Kaikai joined the League One Wycombe Wanderers squad over the summer after his surprise exit from Bloomfield Road.
The Seasiders have chosen not to offer Kaikai a new contract, although the forward has been instrumental in promoting Blackpool from level three.
The former Crystal Palace man has scored 13 goals in 68 appearances during his two seasons on the Fylde Coast.
Kaikai has since made 10 appearances for the Chairboys, but has yet to find the back of the net. He did, however, collect three assists.
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