Former Leone Stars Captain Mohamed Kallon  has expressed appreciation to Leone Stars Technical  team and the players for their outstanding  performances in the African Cup of Nations.

He considered Leone Stars recent performances as a dream come true . Kallon stated that he has been following the nation’s  cup for a very longtime watching the likes of Nigeria, Ivory Coast , Ghana and some other West African Countries  with huge fan base in the nation’s Cup.


“I was shaking when I saw our Green white and Blue colors everywhere in the Douala stadium, Thanks to everyone for supporting  our Darling Leone Stars”, Ambassador Kallon Stated

Mohamed Kallon has became the youngest player to ever play for the Leone Stars when he made his Senior International debut for Sierra Leone at age of Fifteen in April 1995 against Congo in the 1996 African Cup of Nations  qualifiers in Freetown, In which he scored the winner .

At age 16 , Kallon was the youngest player at the 1996 African Nations Cup in South Africa. He Scored one of his his country two goals as Sierra Leone defeated Burkina Faso2-1 in their opening  match at the 19996 African Nations Cup, played at the  Free State stadium in  Blumfontein,South Africa.