Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Soga Sambo Pledges Future To Kwara Utd

Former Shooting Stars Sports Club (3SC) attacking midfielder, Soga Sambo, has declared that he is ready to stick to Globacom Premier League newcomer, Kwara United.
The 23-year-old has been linked with a move away to Finnish club, FC Inter Turku in the off-season, but he has decided to stay for the ongoing season.
Sambo, a former Golden Eaglets’ player, pledged his immediate future to the Ilorin club saying that he wants to help the side in winning a laurel in the 2009/2010 campaign.
“At times as a former international you have to play in the local league. I am happy to be part of this club (Kwara United) and I will give my best so that we can win trophies,” he said.
The ex-ASEC Mimosas’ man is also pleased with the way that Kwara United started off with the season by securing a point at Gateway Football Club.
Sambo, who turns 24 next month, is hoping he would play a part in Kwara United’s chase for a continental spot this season.
The petite player is also confident that the crop of players in the fold of Kwara United are capable of ending the ongoing season on a high.
However, the former Mamelodi Sundowns’ player knows that the road to winning a continental place is still far away.

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