The Portugal based midfielder said the national team; Leone Stars will always find it difficult to qualify for the African Cup of Nations or the World Cup if the authorities continue to engage each other in unnecessary fighting.
“The problem with our football is so big and it cuts across all aspects; starting from the administrator’s right down to the supporters, we need to find ways to solve the problem now, if not we are just wasting our time without achieving anything,” the former Williem II skipper said.
On the national team’s chances of qualifying to the 2015 African Cup in Morocco, Kargbo said since the start of the campaign he knew things will be difficult for the squad because of preparation problems and the lack of opportunity to play home matches in Freetown.
He said: “Preparations is always our problem but our chances were washed away after CAF insisted we play our home matches on foreign ground.”
Kargbo was left out of 2015 Nations Cup campaign after the Sierra Leone Football Association (SLFA) levied a suspension against him and two other players for allegations of match-fixing, an allegation he denies and urges the FA to speedy up their investigation.