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Medo Kamara Leaves Bolton Wanderers By Mutual Consent

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The Sierra Leonean hasn't featured at all under Neil Lennon

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Medo Kamara has left Bolton Wanderers after the the club agreed to terminate his contract by way of mutual consent.

The Sierra Leonean international, who has made a total of 57 appearances and scored three goals for the Wanderers since his arrival from FK Partizan on deadline day in January 2013, hasn't featured at all since Neil Lennon took over as Bolton manager, falling down the pecking order thanks to Darren Pratley's return from injury and Lennon's love for Neil Danns.

He was a first team regular under Dougie Freedman, playing as part of a two-man midfield anchor with former Liverpool man, Jay Spearing. How times change, eh?

Medo took to Twitter to thank the club and wish us well for the future.

Despite spending the entirety of last season on loan at Maccabi Haifa, Wanderers had previously struggled to find a place for Medo, eventually resulting in him publicly stating his desire to leave the club. Well, your wish is their command, Medo.

I wish him well for the future, although I can't help but feel his move to England was a mistake. Still, he would've been on decent wages and now we've shaved those off our monthly bill.

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