Sierra Leonean controversial player Musa Noah Kamara aka Musa Tombo has taken to social media to share a video of him calling on President Bio, The Minister of Sports, and Sierra Leoneans to plead to the SLFA president on his behalf to allow him to play again as he disclosed that this time around, he is a new Musa Tombo.
In a video going viral on Facebook, the player disclosed that staying out of not playing football for the next 1 year will affect his career.
Musa Noah Kamara (born 6 August 2000) is a Sierra Leonean footballer who plays as a striker for Al-Ittihad and the Sierra Leone national team.
Kamara was born in Tombo. After playing for AIK Freetong in 2018, he was the top scorer of the 2019 Sierra Leone National Premier League with 15 goals for champions East End Lions. He joined Swedish club Trelleborgs FF on a three-and-a-half year deal in August 2019, but cancelled his contract after a week, citing the cold weather in Sweden. He retracted that statement the following day however, and insisted that he returned to Sierra Leone to play for the national team in the upcoming World Cup qualification fixtures.  He transferred to Bo Rangers in April 2021
Having previously represented Sierra Leone at under-20 level, Kamara made his senior debut for Sierra Leone against Liberia on 26 July 2018. He represented Sierra Leone at the 2019 WAFU Cup of Nations. He did not travel to Kono to play a friendly match in November 2019 after suffering a bereavement, but received a two match international ban from the Sierra Leone Football Association after it was discovered he played a community match in Freetown during this period.
Kamara was called up to Sierra Leone’s squad for the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations tournament, which began in January 2022. He scored his first international goal with a “magnificent left-footed strike” in a 2–2 draw with Ivory Coast in Sierra Leone’s second group match on 16 January 2022. He appeared in their third group match as they were eliminated from the competition after a 1–0 defeat to Equatorial Guinea.