Bo Rangers’ striker, Musa N Kamara, popularly known as Musa Tombo was seen showcasing his skills on a local 6-a-side field in freetown, whilst Bo Rangers qualify to the final of the west Africa Champions Cup in neighbouring Guinea

Local blogger, Mags Tribune said Kamara was spotted playing at the Kakao Shangi Bomeh field in western Freetown.

The renowned striker was conspicuously absent from the team’s crucial match in neighboring Guinea. While the eyes of football enthusiasts were fixed on the ongoing tournament, Tombo’s unexpected appearance on a 6-aside field in Freetown, Sierra Leone, has left fans and pundits alike baffled and speculating about the reasons behind his absence from the much-anticipated showdown.”

The talented striker recently helped Bo Rangers win their second Sierra Leone Premier League title about a month ago.

Kamara’s career has been plagued with several controversies including cancellation of a three and a half year contract with Swedish second tier club, Trelleborgs FF.

The 23-year-old striker also failed to honour his contract with Libyan club, Al-Ittihad in 2022 for security reasons.

Kamara represented Sierra Leone in 2021 AfCON in Cameroon becoming the first player score for the Leone Stars in the competition.