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Middlesbrough striker accuses club and country

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Middlesbrough striker Kei Kamara has accused his club and country of ”doing nothing” after suffering with Malaria.

The Sierra Leone forward accused his them and his club on Social Networking site Twitter while over in America.

Kei Kamara feels let down by his club and country

Kei Kamara feels let down by his club and country

The tweet read ”So as you may or may not know, I now play for Middlesbrough and represent my nation Sierra Leone. I have had Malaria for a week now. Not fun. Now I am being feeling better, it’s time to say ”Thank you MFC and SLFA for doing NOTHING.”

Celebrity Bob Mortimer, a Middlesbrough fan responded to the controversial comments from the former Norwich City striker ”I don’t know what you expect MFC to do. You want boss Aitor Karanka to fly to USA and give you a cuddle?”

No response from the club or country as of yet.


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