Mazola wants FA top job next month
Football legend, Brima Mazola Kamara has told Sierra Express Media Sports that he has interest in contesting for the country’s FA presidency.
Mazola said he will officially declare his intention next month to football stakeholders and would explain exactly what inspired him to throw his weight behind the race.
The Chairman of Real Republicans FC and Vice Chairman of the National Football Heroes Association stated he wants to rebuild the image of football in the country to what we used to have during his days of footballing and recognizes the fact that being a football icon means one should get properly involved in the development of the game.
Mazola enlightens the walls of football in Sierra Leone and was honored as the second most highly rated professional footballer in the country behind Ishmael Dyfan, to have covered a record fame from 1981-1983. He is recognized as the country’s most capped player.
On the FA Presidency, he said if chosen by the elective congress, he will transform the administration of football in the country. He vows to unite all football stakeholders in the country and said he will also take the football awareness to youths of school going ages.
Brima Mazola Kamara became a well known figure in football with Real Republicans FC until his Leone Stars debut in 1975.
He was the second professional player to have played in the African Sports Club in Ivory Coast in the 1981 to 1983 seasons. He left for the United States of America in the end season of 1983 and enrolled at the Methodist City Mission School. He also attended the Technical Secondary School and Saint Helena Secondary schools in the United States of America. He graduated in Business Administration later at the Los Angeles Trade Tech. Brima is married to his wife Frances and has five children.
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