Freetown, SIERRA LEONE – Premier League contenders, Ports Authority, have successfully secured the services of Musa Tombo Kamara, a striker with an impressive track record. The club officially confirmed the signing on Tuesday, marking a significant addition to their squad.
Tombo joins the Waterfront Boys from Libyan side Al-Ittihad SC, with the terms of the deal undisclosed. Reports indicate that Al-Ittihad SC terminated the player’s contract before its scheduled expiration in August of this year. The unveiling ceremony for Musa’s official departure from Al-Ittihad SC has already taken place.
Ports Authority’s team manager revealed that they have signed Musa on a two-year contract, set to expire in January 2026. The Libyan club reportedly handed over Musa’s International Transfer Certificate (ITC) days ago, facilitating his smooth transition to Ports Authority Football Club.
Al-Ittihad SC had earlier notified the Sierra Leone forward that they intended to file a case against him with the FIFA Dispute Resolution Chamber if he failed to resume work with the club, based on the concluded contract. The club emphasized the expiration of his loan period to Bo Rangers Football Club and the end of the granted vacation. The ultimatum specified that he should commence professional duties with Al-Ittihad SC no later than September 1, 2023.
Despite the threat, Musa Tombo Kamara did not comply with Al-Ittihad SC’s directive. However, it now seems that any disputes between the player and the Libyan club have been resolved amicably. The prolific striker is set to embark on a new chapter with Ports Authority Football Club in the Sierra Leone Premier League, bringing anticipation and excitement to the team and fans alike. BT/10/1/2024