July 7, 2015 By Sahr Morris Jr.
Sierra Leone striker, Alhaji Kamara, has returned to his parent club IFK Norrköping after ending his short loan spell with Malaysian outfit, Johur Darul Taksim FC.
The former FC Kallon forward was expected to stay with the Malaysian outfit for at least a year but his stay ended early after he was frozen out of the first team following the club’s change of coaches, which saw him play only three games and scoring a goal.
Should everything work well, the 21-year-old striker may pull on the colours of IFK Norrköping on 15 July in their home match against Malmö FF, but Kamara maintained he needs to work harder to get himself back to the first team.
“I have a lot to do before July 15. In Malaysia, they have no under-21 team to play in, so I’m not all that fit for the match. I need to reduce my weight a bit and I’m also aiming to be faster and not weaker,” Kamara told folkbladet.se.
Club manager Janne Andersson was happy to receive the forward. He said: “Given that he was gone for three months, it is a very good deal for us. I think it’s a fantastic outcome. He wanted to get home and we are happy that he is with us again.”