Liberian Born Mohammed Kamara Wants Insurance Before Playing for Lone Star - News Summed Up

Liberian Born Mohammed Kamara Wants Insurance Before Playing for Lone Star


Monrovia – Young Liberian born forward Mohammed Kamara has requested insurance from the Liberia Football Association or the government before playing for the Lone Star of Liberia. The youngster, however, feels it should not be business as usual coming to play for the national team. “Realistically speaking there hasn’t been any one proposal from anyone at the Liberia Football Association, I mean no one has contacted me,” he said. I think this new dispensation of Liberian football must mark off this ugly act and move forward. Nathaniel Sherman in 2015 got injured on national team duty and since then his career came to an end due to the eye injury.


Source: Front Page Africa April 12, 2021 06:33 UTC



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