Musa ‘Tombo’ Kamara completes Al Ittihad move


By Sahr Morris Jnr

Sierra Leone’s controversial striker, Musa Noah Kamara aka Musa Tombo has completed a move to Libyan top-tier side, Al Ittihad after the club confirmed his signing just few days after the player contract was terminated by Sierra Leone Premier League Champions Bo Rangers.

Details of the forward contract were not mentioned but the Libya club stated on their Facebook: “In his country, he is famous for his goals in the elephant’s window, distinguished by his rocket launchers and heads. We welcomed with us the Sierra Leonean train Musa Kamara.”

The 22-year-old striker moved to Libya club came just after his contract with Bo Rangers terminated for lack of discipline and it was earlier rumored that his recent behavior was as a result of this plan move to the Libyan Premier League club who are successful side with 19 league title, the Libyan Cup 7 times and the Libyan Super Cup 10 times.

This is Musa Tombo Kamara second international deal after he signed his first contract in 2019 with Swedish club Trelleborgs FF on a three and-a-half-year deal in August 2019 but cancelled his contract after a week on the pretext of cold weather.