Kamara eyes success with Johor Darul Ta’zim


April 7, 2015 By Sahr Morris Jr.

Sierra Leone striker Alhaji ‘Andriano’ Kamara is already eyeing success with the Malaysia league champions, Johor Darul Ta’zim (JDT), just after the club unveiled him last Friday.

Kamara, who will turn 21 on April 16, joined JDT on loan from Swedish club IFK Norrkoping, with an option for a contract to join the Johor Southern Tigers for the rest of the M-League season.

The former FC Kallon forward, during his unveiling ceremony, said he was impressed with the facilities as well as the quality of the team.
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“I am very much impressed with the facilities here and I am ready to work hard and contribute to the team’s future success. I can’t wait to make history here and achieve much success.”

Johor Football Association president, Tunku Ismail Sultan Ibrahim, said he has been following Kamara’s performances for several months before signing him up for JDT.

“We have been following him for a couple of months now and based on the statistic so far, we like what we have seen,” Sultan Ibrahim told reporters at the Stadium Tan Sri Hassan Yunos in Larkin on Friday.

“This player is young and hungry to achieve something (and) that is what the club needs. We need more fire upfront and I think it is very important to have a player with his physique, and he is ambitious, so I think that is the reason why we signed him.”

Asked about player’s future with JDT, Sultan Ibrahim said they are ready to take Kamara if he performs well and is happy to stay.