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Published On : 2014-03-07 09:52:02
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Sierra Leone football legend Mohamed Kallon was yesterday 6th March, 2014 alleged to have been slapped by Madam Isha Johansen at the Sierra Leone Football Academy Kingtom Freetown.



Mohamed Kallon confirm to local media that he was slapped on the back of his neck by the President of the Sierra Leone Football Association (SLFA), after a FA Cup match between two division clubs Kallon FC Jr. and Nottingham Forest at the SLFA grounds.



Kallon FC Jr is owned by Mohamed Kallo lost the match 1-0.



The former Leones Stars captain was asked by Madam Johansen to talk to his fans to leave the academy after the match because they were causing trouble.



Report says, Kallon's fans were alleged to have used abusive language against the persona of Madam Johansen and the referee who officiated the match.



It was during the cause of the confusion, Madam Johansen slapped Kallon in the front view of everybody present at the academy.



The former Inter Milan and Monaco player has reported the mater to the police and promised to take legal action.



Madam Johansen has refused to talk to the press after the accident.



However, John Lappia Konteh the Head of Communications at the SLFA secretariat says SLFA will issue out statement regarding the matter.



It could be recalled that Isha and Kallon were nominated for the position of President of SLFA in the last SLFA election but Kallon was disqualified.



Madam Johansen won the election unopposed.

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