IFK Norrköping won the league championship trophy on the final day of the season thanks to a 2-0 away win over Malmö FF on Saturday. The Sierra Leonean international started the match before he was substituted in the 90th minute.
It is the first major title of the 21-year-old striker's career and he expressed his delight in an interview with African Sports TV saying: “Words can’t express the way I felt, I'm so happy to achieve this success and I am so happy.”
The former FC Kallon striker is now eyeing European Champions League football: “I look forward to playing in the Uefa Champions League next season for me it will be a dream come true,” Kamara said.
The forward returned to the Swedish outfit in the second half of the season after his loan spell with Malaysian side Johor Darul Ta'zim. On his returned he scored six goals to help the Swedish club win their title in 23 years.
Also in Sweden, striker Mohamed Bangura played full time for AIK in their 1-1 draw with Örebro whilst in the Superettan, striker Ibrahim Teteh Bangura’s 18 minutes strike helped Mjällby secure a 2-1 win over Brommapojkarna .
The goal was Bangura’s second in six matches and his Mjällby side despite narrowly escaping the drop zone will however play in the Relegation Play-off.
In the Swedish first division, midfielder Ibrahim Kallay came off the bench to help his IFK Luleå side wrap up their season with a 3-1 win over Vasalund whilst his countryman, Ibrahim Koroma played for 59 minutes for Nyköping as they finished in sixth position in the league table.
In England, defender Alie Sesay continue to enjoy full time action for league two side, Cambridge United but they suffered a 1-2 home defeat to Bristol Rovers. Another Sierra Leonean defender who saw full time action was Gibril Sankoh but his presence could not stop Ajax from walloping his Roda JC side 6-0.