Kaizer Chiefs fourth Trialist has landed in South Africa for his assessments.
After Bo Rangers released the press statement about the talisman that they know nothing about Kaizer Chiefs being interested in their player. New development mergers and a bit of a rare of hope for the Amakhosi faithful.
their 4th Trialist have been freed from National duties after he failed to pitch up in training for preparation African Nation Campion( CHAN).
Kaizer Chiefs bound forward Musa Noah Kamara has been released from the national Leone Stars Team B, and has touched down in South Africa ahead of his proposed move to Naturena.
Musa Noah Kamara has not showed up in camp with Sierra Leone’s local-based players preparing for the 2022 African Nations Championship (CHAN) first-round double header qualifiers match against Cape Verde. Both legs of this qualifier to be played in Morocco later this month and the Leone Stars Team B have been in camp in the Eastern city of Kenema.
The player was invited for duty with the national home-based team who are presently camped in Kenema in preparation for the CHAN qualifier later this month, this medium understands the player had collected transport fare from the team manager but the player in question has not showed up since despite having collected transport fees to join the rest of the team in Kenema.
Several calls have been made to allow the player a fair chance, but nothing.
the player has been spotted playing in different mini leagues across the country, and not showing up for national duty. Musa Noah Kamara has been released from the national Team B.
Reports that the player’s passport have been withheld by the Sierra Leone Football Association (SLFA) is because just like those of all other players and travelling officials as a way to process ‘visa-related matters involved in entering Morocco’.
Musa Tombo has been without his passport since, and the controversial talisman has not been able to travel to South Africa despite already having his air ticket at hand.
However, he was allowed exit with the national team and Musa Tombo has been handed back his travel document by the FA in order to allow the player make just decisions on his future.
According to his travel itinerary, he was then expected to leave Freetown 8PM on Thursday night and headed for Johannesburg on a trip that would take him through two other countries.
The 21-year-old is reported to have touched down in South Africa despite having contractual-related issues with his club Bo Rangers FC who have refuted claims that Musa Tombo is not a free agent, the club believes Musa still their player and the situation of the player has not changed either, and that no other team has enquired about the availability of Musa Tombo who still has a contract with the Southern giant club.
Already reports reaching this medium understands the player has landed in Johannesburg South Africa on an assessment basis ahead of a proposed move with Amakhosi Based. Per Around Sierra Leone