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Past Leone Stars captain Mohamed Kallon has said he wants FIFA place a ban on Sierra Leone football.
In an interview with a close source to the President of the Sierra Leone Football Association Madam Isha Johansen, over the weekend, she revealed Mohamed has told the now Leones Stars captain Ibrahim Obreh Kargbo that he will suppress the current SLFA executive to a point that FIFA will be left without any alternative, but ban Sierra Leone from taking part in all forms of football.

It has emerged last evening that 7 Premier League clubs may face expulsion by the SLFA for contravening established football rules.

F.C Kallon, Old Edwardians, Central Parade, Mighty Blackpool, Gem Stars, Freetown City Football Club and Bo Rangers are the clubs identified for disqualification.

Their disqualification, we are told, may come owing to violation of Article 13 (1) of the SLFA Constitution as amended in Kabala in April 2012.

As camps of aggrieved football officials fell in dividing lines, Kamboi Eagle FC has said they are loyal to SLFA and Madam Isha Johansen.

Team manager Ibrahim Kamara reveals his side will remain loyal to the current SLFA management shortly after receiving the sum of five million as seed money to enable his team take part in the ongoing premier league.

 “On behalf of Kamboi Eagle FC, It is my wish pledging the team’s unflinching supports for Madam Isha and the entire SLFA executive,” Ibrahim said.

Our eastern region correspondent has said Bo Rangers will not take part in the on going premier league.

It was expected that Bo Rangers would have locked horns with Diamond Stars Saturday 14th, but the match was postponed to Monday 16th for an unexplained reason.

According to our correspondent, Koidu town football field Monday 16th saw the presence of match officials, including host side Diamond Stars and hundreds of football loving fans, in anticipation of the arrival of the visiting side Bo Rangers, which incidently turned out to a disappointment to the fans nonetheless.

It has reached desks of Spectator sport that aggrieved club members will today meet with SLFA’s Vice President Alie Commoner Kargbo, in a bid to settle current footbal impasse.

They say the former SLFA Electoral Commissioner Lawyer Kortor, is but desperately mediating reconciliation between the parties.

It is not known whether the meeting will bring to rest lasting solution as to the the state of football in the country.

As at commencement of the much talked about Premier League Saturday 14th at the national stadium in Freetown, league leaders RSLAF FC was denied victory over East End Lions with an outright draw.

Lions took the lead in the early minutes of first half of play with striker Omega Thoronka aka Amanky smartly dribbled pass the defence of RSLAF hitting the ball at the back of the net.

In the first half of play, the match was quite thrilling leaving both exhibiting exciting talents.