Alhassan Kamara (Pictured) has returned to training as he steps up his recovery from a stress fracture on one lower leg that was diagnosed in March this year by his club doctor.
The Sierra Leone international striker has been ruled out since early March after picking up Lower body injury.
The 22-year-old was allowed to rest for the whole of 2015 season and is expected to return to action for Orebro in the new Allsvenskan campaign.
Kamara confirmed the news that he had returned to training, he said, “Its feel-good been able to run kicking a ball without any pain or discomfort.”
“Last season was very disappointing not to be part of the Orebro SK side for such a long time, but I still have an unfinished business in the Allsvenskan.
“I’m going to keep working hard ahead of the new season, and hope to rediscover my 2014 form,” Kamara told Footballballsierraleone.net.
The Former AIK striker Alhassan ‘Crespo’ Kamara 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.
Kamara’s absence was keenly felt by his side as they manage ninth position from their previous sixth and conceded 50 goals after their disastrous start to the just concluded season.
The Leone Stars striker last match for Orebro was in the Swedish Cup Group stage scoring twice for against Varbergs BoIS in a six-goals contest.
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