Green Gully Soccer Club forward Teeboy Kamara shares a word with Liberians in the wake of Covid-19 pandemic.
“It’s unfortunate the entire world is experiencing the Covid-19 pandemic, we all need to stand strong to defeat this deadly virus. My heart and prayers are out to the good people of Liberia. Liberia is my home and I continue to have the country at heart.”
” Let us continue to wash our hands with soap and running water and continue to follow the protocols by the World Health Organisation.” Kamara said in an Interview with Kawowo Sports on social media on Monday.
Born in Liberia, In 2002 at the age of 6 he moved to Australia with his mother and siblings to escape the civil war in his homeland.
In 2011, Kamara signed with Australia Pro League club Adelaide United. He made his professional debut in the 2011-12 A-League season on 16 December 2011.
He has also featured for Inglewood United , Stirling Lions, Nunawading City and Melbourne Knights.
In January 2019, Kamara joined Green Gully Soccer Club for a club record fees.
Kamara is ready to switch nationality to play for Liberia having featured at Youth level with Australia U-17.