|Full name||Musa Kallon|
|Date of birth||8 April 1970|
|Place of birth||Kenema, Sierra Leone|
Musa Kallon (born 8 April 1970, in Kenema, Sierra Leone) is a retired footballer and current coach in Sierra Leone. He is the older brother of Sierra Leonean international footballers Mohamed Kallon, and Kemokai Kallon.
As a footballer, Kallon played as a midfielder for Vanspor (1994–1995) in Turkey, Sportul Studenţesc (1995–1996) in Romania, and PSM Makassar/Ujung Pandang and Persebaya Surabaya (1996–1999) in Indonesia.
Kallon was capped several times for Sierra Leone between 1990 and 1998, and scored two goals in a 5–1 win against Niger in order to qualify Sierra Leone qualify for the 1996 African Cup of Nations in South Africa.
After retiring as a player, Kallon also coached the Sierra Leone U-17 side in the 2003 FIFA U-17 World Championship in Finland after managing a second place finish in the 2003 African U-17 Championship.
Kallon coached Kallon F.C. to a runners up position in the 2004–05 League Championship. He fell out with his players, management and his younger brother, however, who later sacked him. In 2005, Kallon was banned for a year after forcefully stopping a league match between Kallon FC and Diamond Stars by letting his daughter sit down in the centre of the field, after the players refused to play under him.
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