Ports Authority Football Club officially unveiled their new talisman, Musa Noah Kamara, on Tuesday. His International Transfer Certificate (ITC) was ratified by the Sierra Leone Football Association, making him eligible to play for the club.
Musa, also known as Tombo, is a highly-touted striker who is expected to bring hope and firepower to Ports Authority's quest for the Premier League title. The club's coach, Lamin Bangura, is thrilled to have Musa in his squad and sees him as a valuable asset.
The arrival of Musa is a significant boost for the club, and he is expected to go straight into the starting lineup for Sunday's game, partnering with Foday Edward Kai upfront. Musa expressed his delight at finally being able to play for Ports Authority, saying, "I'm very happy to be here and I'm looking forward to making my debut.
I've been training hard, and I'm ready to give my all for the club." Musa is a product of the Marampa Stars and has represented Sierra Leone at U-20, U-23, and National team levels.
With Ports Authority currently nine points behind leaders Bo Rangers, the club is hoping that Musa can help them challenge for the title in the second half of the season.