- Sierra Leone striker Alhassan Crespo Kamara has returned to Sweden after his Greece top-tier side granted his wish to leave
- He joined the club on a two-year deal in September 2018
- Panetolikos announced on their website that Kamara has asked to leave
“I want to come home and do my rehab properly. If I’m still in Greece then I can’t do the rehab the way I want,” he told Aftonbladet in Sweden.
“This ‘goodbye’ is a very emotional moment. Unfortunately, very difficult personal reasons compel me to leave the group. The people of Panetoliko and Agrinio, in general, have a special place in my heart. I’ll never forget Panetolikos,” Kamara said in a statement.
The club in return thank Kamara, “We thank Kamara for what he has offered to Panayetoliko and wish him every good on a personal and professional level.”
The Sierra Leone international was recently pictured in active training in preparation for a return to action after a year out of active football.
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