Former Serria Leone International Mohammed Kallon has submitted his expression of interest for the country’s Football Association presidential post.
Mohamed Kallon, was born 6 October 1979, he is widely considered the most famous footballer from Sierra Leone.
The former Inter Milan forward last played for the Sierra Leone club Kallon F.C.
Kallon became the youngest player to ever play for the Leone Stars when he made his senior international debut for Sierra Leone at the age of fifteen in April 1995 against Congo in the 1996 African Cup of Nations qualifier in Freetown, in which he scored the winner. At the age of 16, Kallon was the youngest player at the 1996 African Nations cup in South Africa.
He scored one of his country’s two goals as Sierra Leone defeated Burkina Faso 2–1 in their opening group match at the 1996 African Nations Cup, played at the Free State Stadium in Bloemfontein, South Africa.