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Aug 15 2012 By Tim Street
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FORMER Sierra Leone international full-back Malvin Kamara has signed on the dotted line for Hampton & Richmond Borough.
The 28 year old started out at Wimbledon, staying during the club's transition to Milton Keynes Dons and playing for both sides.
He went on to feature for Cardiff, Port Vale and Huddersfield before dropping into non-league, where he has since worn the colours of Barrow, Guiseley, Forest Green, Stafford, Tamworth, Farnborough and Lewes.
Kamara also made one appearance for Sierra Leone in 2007, and Beavers boss Mark Harper is hoping he is the man to solve his right-back problems.
Harper said: “Since Lewis Ferrell signed for Staines last week we have needed a right-back, and Malvin did well for us there on Saturday.
"Tom Hickey has done well for us there, but he is a central midfielder, and we need an experienced full-back to start the season with."