Kamara makes MSL debut
April 8, 2015 By Sahr Morris Jr.
Sierra Leone striker Alhaji ‘Andriano’ Kamara made his debut on Saturday in the Malaysia Soccer League (MSL) just a day after he completed his big money loan move from Sweden to the reigning Malaysian league champions, Darul Takzim.
The former FC Kallon forward was introduced at the break but it was his fellow new signing, Patricio ‘Patito’ Rodriguez, who grabbed the headlines after he cut inside in the 57th minute and passed for Safiq Rahim to curl a trademark low shot into the bottom corner to give the home side a 2-1 win over ATM.
In the English League One, right-back Mustapha Dumbuya played full time for Notts County in their goalless draw with Coventry City on Monday. In League Two, striker Sullay Kaikai replaced Nathaniel Mendez-Laing in the 59th minute as his Cambridge United side secured a 0-1 away win over Northampton Town.
There was celebration for Sierra Leone striker Mohamed ‘Poborsky’ Bangura who made his return to the Swedish topflight league since he signed for AIK Solna in December. The former Celtic forward was not on the score-sheet but he helped his side to a 2-1 home win over Halmstad before he was withdrawn in the 64th minute.
In the U.S. Major League Soccer, midfielder Michael Lahoud played full time but his Philadelphia Union side suffered a 3-2 defeat to Sporting Kansas City.
In Italy, midfielder Rodney Strasser was an unused sub is his side Livorno’s 1-0 win over Virtus Lanciano.