Teeboy Kamara is a Liberian-born Australian footballer of Liberian extraction. He wants to play for Liberia, though he is yet uncapped competitively at senior level for Australia.
In an Interview conducted with Liberian Football Stars News this, the Green Gully SC versatile winger, Teeboy Kamara is finally ready to represent Liberia’s Lone Star as he has officially opted to commence a nationality switch.
Born in Monrovia-Liberia to Liberian parents, the 24-year old winger has represented Australia at the under-17 youth national team level.
“I left Africa due to the civil war in Liberia and found a new home in Australia. I have always been proud of Liberia and ready to represent where I was born.” Teeboy said in an Interview with Liberian Football Stars News.
Kamara signed with Australia Pro League club Adelaide United where he began his professional football career. He made his professional debut in the 2011-12 Australia Pro-League season in December 2011.
He went on to feature for clubs such as Inglewood United, Stirling Lions, Nunawading City and Melbourne Knights.
In January 2019, Kamara joined Green Gully Soccer Club for a club record fees and is currently one of the most valued player at the Melbourne based club