Former Leone Stars Skipper, Mohamed Kallon who doubles as the CEO of FC Kallon has finally spoken out about the recent fine and suspension imposed on him by the Sierra Leone Football Association (SLFA).

In a candid interview, Kallon addressed the rumors surrounding his ban and expressed his continued desire to coach the national team.

Kallon acknowledged that coaches are bound to face fines and suspensions as part of the game. “If you don’t want fines and suspensions, don’t go into coaching,” he stated. However, he also expressed regret for any mistakes he may have made in handling the situation.

He furthered that, the SLFA gave him a four-match ban and a fine of ten thousand dollars for which he filed an appeal, but the team came up with a release that they had suspended him.

Regarding the rumor that the SLFA’s decision not to employ him as national team coach was due to his suspension and outstanding fine, Kallon dismissed the claim. He explained that his four-match ban had already ended before the national team’s November match. “My suspension actually completed before the national team played their match,” he confirmed.

Despite the setbacks, Kallon remains optimistic about his chances of coaching the national team in the future. “I am still optimistic of the fact to still coach the national team,” he affirmed.