- Sierra Leone striker Alhssan Crespo Kamara has signed one-year deal with Swedish Superetan side IFK Värnamo.
- IFK Värnamo announced the news on their official Facebook page that Kamara is ready for the club.
The 28-year-old striker last season played with Halmstads BK, where he helped them gain Swedish Allsvenskan promotion
Kamara, who joined the Swedish side from Greek top-flight side Panetolikos in March 2020, scored in the 93rd-minute to wrapped up a six-goal victory away from home in their bid to promotion.
He will join fellow Sierra Leonean Michael Kargbo and Suffian Kalokoh at the club.
“We have been looking for a strong forward, and I think we have found that in Crespo. He is a strong forward, with energy in both feet,” sports director Håkan Söderberg to the club’s website.
“With his experience, he will be a great help to the younger guys in the team. He has the right personality and will fit perfectly into our squad,” he explained.
IFK Värnamo is a newcomer to the Superettan . Kamara scored two goals in 14 games last season with Halmstad BK.
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