Former Old Edwardian and Sierra Fisheries winger and attacking midfielder, Morlai B Kamara alias Tboy, is bidding to excel as a coach with Lambeth Tigers junior side.
Kamara, a well-known player in the mid-90’s when he was the skipper of Sierra Fisheries football club.
Though he left Sierra Leone in 2000, Tboy Kamara has always tried to offer his expertise to upcoming players in his capacity as a coach.
The former Sierra Fisheries player was always determined that football would remain a daily part of his life.
Kamara, who guided his side to their first victory defeating Wolves (London) 3-2 on Sunday at Ark Academy, Bridge Road, Wembley said he was pleased with his start.
“I was very pleased with the win, am excited and ready to work, hopefully, will take these boys to a higher height, Kamara passionately told footballsierraleone.net.
“I have decided that after I have spent enough time learning about the game and is time to make a new start and get 100% involved again.”
“My aims and objective are working with the youngsters trying to empowering myself more in football education and sports science.”
“Football is a very broad subject in modern days so the more you learn the more you know and it’s all down to your focus and dedication.”
Kamara, who is passionate about coaching, has his own personal development team called AREA BEST SOCCER DEVELOPMENT age group 10-14s majority, 90% of his players are from Sierra Leonean background and some of the kids play for pro academy clubs.
He added, “I’m dedicated and want to help more young players improve their game and hopefully get some more talented players progressing under my knowledge.”
Lambeth Tigers have already started a new and exciting challenge after it’s Under 14, Under 15 and Under 16 teams accepted into the London Youth Premier League this season.
The league is designed to be a stepping stone between grassroots football and professional academies with pro clubs like Crystal Palace, Cambridge United and Barnet all fielding teams in the league.
Kamara’s Coaching qualification.
England FA level 2 coach
Youth development level 3
Talents ID level 2
CPD Continual Professional Development in Learning and Coaching.
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