- Sierra Leone international, John Kamara, says he is ready for the new Azerbaijan Topaz Premier League campaign
- Kamara’s side Kesla FK have been dealt a tricky start to the season against defending champions Qarabag on Friday at the Dalga Arena
The midfielder was a key player for Kesla despite a difficult run last season. Kamara joined in January from Kazakhstan side Kaisar FC, where he played over 52 matches.
“I am ready, fully fit and can’t wait to get started,” Kamara to FSL News.
“Our pre-season was good, everyone looking forward to the first game against Qarabag.
“We have worked hard in Turkey during the pre-season to ensure that we start well, but is going to be tough against a difficult opponent.”
Kamara began his professional career with Tadamon Sour, before joining Greek side Apollon Smyrni F.C in 2012.
He later moved to PAS Lamia 1964 and has had spells with Aris Thessaloniki FC Riga and Kaisar FC.
He made his senior international debut for Sierra Leone in 2013 and, has appeared in FIFA World Cup qualifying matches and has won over 13 caps for Sierra Leone.
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