F.C. Kallon

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F.C. Kallon
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Full nameFC KALLON Limited
Nickname(s)FCK
Founded2002
GroundNational Stadium
Freetown, Sierra Leone
Capacity60,000
OwnerShareholders
ChairmanSahr William Ngegba
ManagerMohamed Kallon
20132nd out of 14 clubs

Football Club Kallon commonly known as F.C. Kallon, formerly Sierra Fisheries, is a Sierra Leonean football club based in Freetown. The club is one of the top clubs in the Sierra Leone National Premier League and play their home games at the National Stadium in Freetown. The club founder and CEO is a former Sierra Leonean international footballer Mohamed Kallon and the Chairman is the astute shipping and maritime businessman and entrepreneur, Sahr William Ngegba. The club is coached by a former Sierra Leonean international footballer Amidu Karim and Charlie Wright. Musa Kallon, who is also the older brother of Mohamed Kallon is the Technical Director and the well respected icon in Sierra Leone football, Tunde Scott is the team's General Manager and beside him, is Alhaji Kebe as the Team Manager.

History[edit]

The club is named after the founder, the successful Sierra Leonean footballer Mohamed Kallon, who is renowned for playing for Internazionale and AEK Athens FC. Sierra Fisheries was acquired by Kallon in 2002 for US$30,000. Under the designation of Sierra Fisheries, the club has won 3 national championships.

Kallon won the Sierra Leonean FA Cup, and the Sierra Leone League title in 2006, and qualifying for the African Champions League. After the standoffs in Sierra Leone's Premier League for over 5 years, the Premier League finally resumes in 2018 and the club followed suit by making some drastic changes to meet the reforms of the Premier League Board. The club was incorporated as a limited liability with new subscribers. The founder still as one of the shareholders now became the CEO, while a new Chairman was appointed. The club plans to offer substantial part of its shares to its supporters, fans and the general public once a true value and assessment is done.

The club boast of the only football entity in Sierra Leone with a functioning website that's interactive and informative (www.fckallon.com ). It also has an academy for under 10s, 14s, 17s and seniors with a fully equipped modern training grounds and several pavillions that's been constructed currently.

Achievements[edit]

1982, 1986, 1987 (as Sierra Fisheries)
2006
2007

Performance in CAF competitions[edit]

2007 – First Round
1983: Second Round
1988: Preliminary Round
2012 –

Current squad[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Sierra Leone GK Issac Caulker
2 Sierra Leone DF Yusuf Kamara
3 Sierra Leone DF Hassan J Kanu - Dadida
4 Sierra Leone DF Hassan Koroma
5 Sierra Leone DF Yakuba Koroma
6 Sierra Leone DF Ibrahim Mansaray - Smallin'
7 Sierra Leone DF Zachariah Scott
8 Sierra Leone DF Kenawa Stevens - Diego
9 Sierra Leone MF Masalaki Bangura
10 Sierra Leone MF Saidu Fofanah - Okocha
No. Position Player
11 Sierra Leone MF Mahmoud Fornah - Lampard
12 Sierra Leone MF Hassan Fullah
13 Sierra Leone MF Alimamy Kamara - Seedoff
14 Sierra Leone MF Ballie Kamara - BK
15 Sierra Leone MF Musa Mansaray - Ajay Gas
16 Sierra Leone MF Brima Mansaray - Korseh
17 Sierra Leone MF Emmanuel Samadiya
18 Sierra Leone FW Ibrahim Kamara - Eto'
19 Sierra Leone FW Abdul K. Turay - Pele
20 Sierra Leone FW Osman Kakay - Os k
No. Position Player
21 Sierra Leone FW Gibrilla Kamara - Osu
22 Sierra Leone FW Thaimu Bangura - Papaya
23 Sierra Leone FW Musa Kargbo
24 Sierra Leone FW Abu Komeh - Sanchez
25 Sierra Leone FW Ishmael Kuyateh
26 Sierra Leone FW Abubakarr Samura - Lucio
27 Sierra Leone FW Sallieu Tarawally - Capay Sallu
28 Sierra Leone FW Alimamy Bundu - Azonto
29 Sierra Leone GK Aruna Kamara - Bangla
30 Sierra Leone GK Issa Sesay - IS |}