Date: 1st May 2007 at 10:50am
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Cardiff City’s midfielder Malvin Kamara has won a call-up to his first Sierra Leone International squad.

The right-sided player has been on loan with Port Vale for the latter part of the season despite playing for the Cardiff first team on several occasions whilst they were in prime form.

Kamara scored a memorable goal against Wolves at home for the Bluebirds but was shipped out to gain regular first team football. he has already proved a popular figure at Port Vale and could be offered a permanent deal with the valiants.


Kamara, who is out of contract with Cardiff shortly, earlier said he was unaware of his position with the Bluebirds but it seems he is not part of Dave Jones’ plans and will leave Ninian Park in the summer.


The call-up for Kamara (whose parents were born in Sierra Leone) is a welcome boost and offers exciting new opportunities for a player who showed a positive attitude and powerful running with Cardiff City.

Good luck Malvin and all the best for the future.