The young midfielder has been with the Swedish Division 2 side under trials since January and he impressed so much that the technical staff signed an agreement for a season long loan between Harnosands FF and FC Kallon.
Despite such agreement reached by both club, the players is yet to officially complete his loan move to the Swedish outfit due to the refusal of SLFA to issue an ITC despite a request been made by Harnosands FF and FC Kallon.
Meanwhile, The SLFA communication officer, Abu Bakar Kamara in an interview with African Sports TV re-echoed the scribe’s statement and further stated that there was also an issue of the passport regarding the players move.
“At first we received a request from FC Kallon for recommendation and the FA refused because there was an issue regarding the player’s passport and for the ITC we never received any request,” Kamara said.
However, Harnosands FF President told African Sports TV in an exclusive interview that after one month of discussions with FC Kallon, they have solved the situation regarding the players transfer and did register him in the Transfer Matching System (TMS) for a loan during the 2015football season.
“Every document for the TMS was uploaded about the 20th of March and on the 24th of March the Swedish FA requested for the ITC delivery from Sierra Leone FA but so far no answer from SLFA. Bangura has told me that both he and Mohamed Kallon has tried several times to make SLFA to answer the ITC but nothing has happened so far,” Dahlberg said adding that the situation means Bangura can´t play official matches for them.
The club president further revealed that Goran Blomgren at Swedish FA revealed that the TMS-system will automatically make the ITC-delivery in a couple of weeks if SLFA doesn´t do their job.
He said: “For now we can´t do anything else but to wait for this automatica ITC delivery system. So we hope that Bangura will be ready to play for us when the League starts on the 11th of April.”
Bangura, who can player either as a defender or midfielder, has enjoyed several outings with the Sierra Leone youth teams, having played for the U-20, U-23 and the home-based national team.
He was also part of the team that played two international friendly matches against Iraq in Turkey and Jordan in Amman.