FC Johansen Football club has complained Kallon FC to the Sierra Leone Football Association (SLFA) regarding their players.
The letter which was written to the President of SLFA by the CEO of the club Isha Johansen reads:
“I write to inform you of a situation between FC Johansen players and FC Kallon management /managers. On the 12th of January, it was brought to my attention that five of my players (two from team A and three from team B) had started training with FC Kallon at the Kingtom Academy without the knowledge or approval of the Johansen Management.
This is against our disciplinary code of conduct, hence the reason for my presence at the academy grounds on 13th of January during which I expressed my displeasure upon seeing my players training with FC Kallon”.
The letter went further that Mohamed Kallon himself promised that he would return the players back to our club for he was not aware that they had not sought permission from me to train with his club.Infact he was totally unaware that he had three team B players from FC Johansen in his training session.
The reason I write to you is to bring to your notice that the three team B players in question: Larry Kamara, Sulaiman Kargbo and Abu Kargbo are still training with FC Kallon despite my protest and Mohamed Kallon assurances to rectify the situation.
Larry Kamara has a signed agreement with FC Johansen and he receives a monthly allowance. Abu Kargbo and Suleiman Kargbo both receive monthly allowances, for which they have signed records of.
Evidence of which we can provide to you should you wish to see. Whilst Kemokai Kallon argues that at least two of our players belong to him, his claim is one which is completely alien to myself and the coaches of FC Johansen.
Whilst I have the utmost respect for Mohamed Kallon as a long time friend I have principles both in the name of football and in the name of work ethics”.
The letter also stated that they want the President of the Football association to seek his advice and intervention in the matter and ask that the team B boys return to FC Johansen to face disciplinary action. Furthermore it is clear that the team B boys in question have a strong desire to remain in FC Kallon.
In which case I welcome the idea for costs incurred over the years plus a fee to release these players over to FC Kallon for I will not insist on keeping them in my club against their wish.