By: Austine Luseni
Chairman of the Bo Rangers Football Club, Babadi Kamara, has called on the President of the Guinea Football Association to discuss issues of football in the Mano River Basin and to explore the possibility of establishing a bilateral technical relationship between Bo Rangers in Sierra Leone and Houroya FC in Guinea.
Babadi Kamara, who is currently in the Guinean capital, is in the neighbouring country to foster relations between Sierra Leone and Guinea and to explore avenues which could be used to create cordial relationships between the two countries’ football associations and among football clubs in the two countries.
The Bo Rangers Chairman seeks to specifically make it possible for Houroya FC to form a cooperation or partnership with Bo Rangers. Houroya AC is one of the leading football clubs in the African continental club football and have won their ninth consecutive title in the Guinean top flight league.
Mr. Kamara paid a visit to the Academy Antonio Souare which is located in Dubreka, just outside Conakry. Mr. Souare thanked Mr. Kamara for the visit and promised that his club was always ready to form a strong partnership with Bo Rangers.
It could be recalled that Babadi Kamara was part of the football stakeholders who went to Guinea to support the national team and to ensure The Bo Rangers Chairman was accompanied by the Team Manager of Bo Rangers, Abdul Karim Bangura and another staunch supporter of the club, Paul Kpaka. Babadi continues to carry the Bo Rangers torch, and by extension, the national football torch