In February this year, the forward was told by the European football governing body, UEFA the he would not be allowed to play football due to heart problems but in less than three months, the former FC Kallon striker was cleared by two U.S. cardiologists to play football after several medical examination.
“I was always positive,” said Kamara, “If everyone else gives up, I will be the last person to believe.”
According to the striker, there has never been nor does any member of his family have a history of heart problems. He also revealed that when the issue first arose, he encouraged his agent, Patrick Mork to pursue opportunities elsewhere with knowledge of undergoing additional testing.
On whether he is afraid of playing again, the youngster said: “If I am afraid, I wouldn’t be out there training again, they would never give me permission to play if there was any risk.” Meanwhile, it is unclear when the striker will make his D.C United debut as he admitted that having been out of effective football action, he does not expect to be at full fitness for a few more weeks.