19-year-old Musa Noah Kamara cancelled his contract with Swedish club Trelleborgs after just one week. Kamara cited personal reasons but then later went on to explain that he found his host country a bit too cold for his liking.
Kamara was moved to the Swedish team after an impressive career in Freetown, Sierra Leone. He helped his team reach the top at the Sierra Leone Premiere League with a total of 15 goals and he emerged as one of the star players for East End Lions.
Despite his early departure, it had always been a dream of Kamara to play for Sweden and he hoped to play for Hammarby. Kamara was first invited to test with the Allvenskan League, hoping to perform and attract the attention of his potential suitors before getting drafted to play for Trelleborgs.
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