After enjoying his football in Finland playing regularly with HJK Helsinki and was named the 2010 Veikkausliiga Player of the Year, Mohamed Medo Kamara has struggled under Neil Lennon at Bolton.
A very difficult time for the Sierra Leonean, who is still unable to hold down a starting spot at the Marcon Stadium.
The 27-year-old hard tackling midfielder was also very much instrumental for Partizan Belgrade making over 50 appearances during the 2010 -13 seasons.
He won the Serbia league title on two occasions with Partizan and was part of the club’s campaign in the 2010–11 UEFA Champions’ League group stage making five appearances, most notable was against Arsenal.
Medo signed for Bolton on a three-and-a-half-year contract in January 2013 and was a regular under former boss Dougie Freedman making 57 appearances scoring three goals.
However, since the appointment of boss Neil Lennon the Sierra Leone international has been one of the big name fall guys, not been able to convince the former Celtic manager and was sent on loan in the second half of last season.
The Leone Stars midfielder was a success on loan in Israel but failed to complete a switch to the Israeli side Maccabi Haifa after a change of manager at Haifa.
Medo is back at the Macron Stadium but cannot fit into the present Bolton side and is yet to make any appearance under Neil Lennon this season.
The Wanderers are yet to win a match this season, but boss Lennon hopes Stephen Dobbie’s last-gasp equaliser against Nottingham Forest can ignite their season; they are second from bottom in the Championship table.
Meanwhile, Kamara who is unavailable for comment is expected to represent Sierra Leone against Ivory Coast in Nigeria next month in the country’s second outing in the 2017 African Nations Cup qualifier.