January 27, 2015 By: Sahr Morris Jr
Former Sierra Leone national team captain and Inter Milan striker, Mohamed Kallon on Sunday made a return to the Italian club as he was asked to do a presentation on behalf of the club to one of their fan base.
The presentation was done at the Stadio Giuseppe Meazza before Sunday’s Serie A kick-off against Torino.
The 35-year-old, who made 44 appearances for Inter, scoring 14 goals, was given the honour to do the presentation after his service and achievement at the club between 2001 -2004.
Kallon has recently been engaged with the club’s external projects and in October last year, he together with Max Paganino represented Inter-Milan at the final award ceremony of the ‘’Football Dream’’ project in China, just a month after the Inter Forever (Inter Milan legends) China Tour.
The “Football Dream’’ project is designed to identify four young talents that will have the chance to be drafted into the Inter Milan and Tottenham Hotspurs academies.