Tuesday, May 26, 2020

After Storming Luxembourg, Gambian Striker Sawaneh Back in Belgium

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Ibou Sawaneh has returned to where his career took off after storming the Luxembourg premier league the pervious term, Foroyaa Sport can reveal.

The 32-year-old Serrekunda-born opted against renewing his deal with Petange whom he scored seven in twelve matches for.

There were overtures from sides within the small European country’s top tier but their offers failed to sway the veteran Scorpion who is homesick and chose to return to Belgium.

In Brussels, he decided to take a massive leap down, signing with a third-tier outfit URSL Vise until June next year.

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Vise are eyeing securing promotion to the second division and consider Sawaneh integral in their audacious drive to attaining the set-out objective.

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