Sierra Leone international and Orebro SK striker, Alhassan ‘Crespo’ Kamara, is now a Swedish citizen.
Football Sierra Leone understands that Kamara, 23, who had waited patiently since he applied for the Swedish passport last year, was delighted to get a positive feedback today July 13, 2016, from the relevant authorities.
The dual citizenship would not be a problem for Kamara playing for Sierra Leone.
Kamara travels to Sweden in August 2011 and became eligible for citizenship, having spent more than five years in Sweden and engaged to his Swedish fiancé.
Meanwhile, Kamara’s teammate Oscar Jansson has confirmed that Hacken BK will sign the Sierra Leonean this summer. But the former AIK striker has said he did not want to comment on his club and transfer matters.
“I do not want to comment on anything about my club Orebro and we’ll see if I’ve played my last game.”
“Kamara” will not be available for this Sunday encounter between Hacken BK and Orebro.
Last winter it was reported that Malmö’s interested in the striker.
He was ruled out since early March 2015 after picking up Lower body injury and was allowed to rest for the season.
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 has only scored once for Orebro this season in nine appearances.
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