Former Inter forward Mohamed Kallon discussed his time with the Nerazzurri, which match he’d like to replay and his future in an interview with Italian broadcaster InterTV yesterday.
“I travelled around Italy on loan, I was young. Reggina, Vicenza, Genoa, Bologna and Cagliari. Then I came back to Inter at the right time.
“I couldn’t choose the number I wanted with those amazing players we had in the team and I chose number 2.”
The 41-year-old Sierra Leonean touched on which game he would like to play again.
“Definitely the one on May 5th against Lazio, but also the one against AC Milan in the Champions League.”
Finally, Kallon spoke about his future.
“Helping children in Sierra Leone.”
Kallon joined Inter from Swedish side Spagna in 1995, but did not make a league appearance for the club as he was sent out on loan to Lugano, Bologna, Genoa and Cagliari.
He then moved to Reggina followed by Vicenza, before returning to the Nerazzurri in 2001.
Kallon spent three years with Inter, where he made 65 appearances across all competitions, for a total of 3640 minutes.
In that time, he scored 20 goals and provided three assists, but he failed to win any silverware in Milan.
After his time with Inter, Kallon moved to Monaco, where he found some success, but again no honours.