SLFA confirms Kei Kamara’s resignation from the National Team

By Solomon Gabriel Brima and Agatha Konikay

Sierra Leone’s Football Association (SLFA) confirmed that Kei Kamara has resigned from the country’s national team.

The association, while confirming Kamara’s resignation to Salone Fact-Checker, denied social media reports indicating that the Leone Star’s assistant captain had resigned following team mate’s Musa Noah Kamara suspension.

In an exclusive interview with the Public Relations Officer of SLFA, Abubakarr Kargbo, Kamara had put forward a litany of reasons for his resignation in what he termed as “reasons that were well understood”

“Kei wanted to give young players the chance to manifest their talent in the national team, and make way for upcoming young players in the country,” said Kargbo.

Earlier on, Sierra Leonean’s social media scene was awash with news of Kamara’s resignation was due to his team mate Musa’s suspension from the team.

But, Kei noted his team mate Musa had his own career to manage.

Kargbo further told Salone Fact-Checker that Kamara, had no confidence in the coaches any longer, and that the current coaches can’t take the national team anywhere.

He further stated that, Kei said there is no unity among the players in the national team and he has never been given a chance to make decision in the National Team.

However, Kamara couldn’t be reached for comments on his resignation from the national team.

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