The owner of FC Kallon Football club, Mohamed Kallon has condemned the violence that took place during the match between his team and Bo Rangers Football Club. He calls for calm, and described the two teams as Brother.
Kallon calls on the Bo Rangers Football Management and FC Kallon administrators to check into various hospitals to sympathies and assess the situation of their injured fans.
The match between FC Kallon and Bo Rangers in the ongoing Sierra Leone Premeir League was abandoned due to fans riots.
The match was abandoned after the referee awarded penalty to Bo Rangers FC in the mid second half. Supporters of FC Kallon and Bo Rangers were hospitalize after sustaining injuries when violence broke out.
According to source reaching us, the FC Kallon team bus mirrors where vandalized by the Bo Fans after the FC Kallon fans vandalized the stadium seat at the cover stand end. Eye witness also added that the police did not helped the situation after the referee awarded a penalty to Bo Rangers in the mid second-half. Some fans attacked the police and the Sierra Police applied necessary force to disperse the crowd.
Mohamed Kallon frowns at the presence of the Sierra Leone Police within the perimeter fence with a gun during the match. He confirms that he has played football in many countries and has never seen a police with a gun within a perimeter fence . He confirms that his team is honoring fixtures as a result of the the love for his fans. He confirms that he has spoken with the Chairman of Bo Rangers Football Club.