The team manager of Bo Rangers, Babadi Kamara has confirmed in an interview with the press that Musa ‘Tombo’ Kamara is eligible to play in the Sierra Leone Premier League this season.

The team manager was responding to questions surrounding the availability of their newly signed striker who left the League for Libyan Champions, Al-Ittihad in August.

The controversial striker, who won the League with Bo Rangers last season, has been loaned to the club for the rest of the season after failing to make an appearance for the Libyan side.

It could be recalled that Musa was suspended by both Bo Rangers for unsportsmanlike behaviour before he left the club. Similarly, the Sierra Leone Football Association (SLFA) suspended him from all football activities last year after failing to honour his contract with the Libyan side.

The talented striker has not been involved in any professional competition since his fiasco with the Libyan club last year.

Quite recently he has been spotted in football venues as a spectator supporting Bo Rangers.

Some fans of the Sierra Leone Premier League have called on authorities and Babadi Kamara to forgive the striker and make use of his talent.

Bo Rangers are topping the League at present with 26 points from 10 games.