The Midfield’s Redeemer Is Spotted In The Dust
… As Young 14 Year Old, Folley Kamara Trains With The U-17 Male National Team.
By: Ezekiel S. Menemunor
Liberia as a nation has harvested good produce in the sporting sphere with iconic midfielders’ wizardry still fresh in the minds of fans notably Oliver Machine Man Markor, Kelvin Segbwe, Jonah Sawea, Mark Gibson etc arguably during the zenith of our National Team, the Lonestar.
Inasmuch as the legends rocked the turf so as young Folley Kamara who’s currently on duty with the U-17 Male National Team in a justification process of a four day training camp at the George Manneh Weah Technical Center in Careysburg.
Talismanic Folley Kamara,of the Junior United Football Academy is blood thirsty to be given a ticket to be named among ten players out of the 30 lads showcasing their prowess to newly appointed coach, Ansu Keita.
The Early Learning School Kid snatched the 2019 Best Midfielder Award of the U-15 Play For Peace Tournament for his cunning display in midfield which bundles up by accurate passes, great balance, recoveries, and has an expertise in connecting a thread with the attack.
As a prolific and self-assertive youngster, Kamara also played in the 2019 Alphanso Armah International Youth League, the Heroes Cup and looks poise to propel in his career.
In remarks about his players’ selection to form part of the justification process, Junior United Manager Stephen Devine Wilson Jr excitedly expressed that it’s a dream comes true for the team and promised to work exceedingly.
” We the members of JU FC are happy to see our boys getting a trial with a youth setup of the LFA and we’re going to our round table to invent new methods for the kids,” Wilson disclosed to our sports reporter.
Little Folley Kamara is teaming up with club’s mate, James Jarbo on the trial scheduled to climax on February 13.