Sierra Leone international, Alhassan ‘Crespo’ Kamara, has signed for Greek Super League club Panetolikos on a two-year deal on Sunday.
The striker, who a few days ago departed BK Häcken arrived earlier in Agrinio to complete the deal with Panetolikos. Breaking: Alhassan Kamara leaves BK Häcken by mutual consent
Kamara, 25, made two goals in his last 14 appearances for the Swedish club this season.
After signing his contract, he told club’s website, “I’m happy to be here. I know I came to a very good, organized and ambitious club. I look forward to being a member of the team quickly to help her achieve our goals and through my everyday effort to become even better. “
Since joining Häcken in the summer of 2016, from Örebro SK, he went on to play over 38 total Swedish matches for BK Häcken during his two-year stay at the club.
The striker started his career with FC Kallon before moving to Sweden to joined Bodens BK on 29 July 2011 on loan, scored five goals in his five months on loan in 10 games for Boden.
The agile striker on October 2011 after his impressive form with Boden signed for AIK where he had never made any impact.
On 24 January 2013, Kamara was sent on loan to Örebro SK, for the rest of 2013, before Örebro SK decided to sign him on a permanent deal.
He was ruled out since early March 2015 after picking up Lower body injury and was allowed to rest for the season.
The Former AIK striker was Orebro most outstanding striker towards the end of the 2014 season scoring 14 goals in 14 games but was unfortunate ahead of the 2015 season.
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