Aluminium SC new acquisition and Sierra Leone-born midfielder, Abdul Sama Mannah pictured with the club , is eager to impress on the pitch for his new club.
The former Sohag player is currently getting ready for the new season with the Egyptian second-tier side after signing a two-year deal with the Hammadi-based outfit last week.
Mannah, who has been regularly playing as an attacking midfielder in the last two seasons with Sohag is relishing the prospect of helping Aluminium SC gain promotion to the top flight.
He delivered solid performances for Sohag sporting club last year which has made him a mainstay in the division.
While talking to Football Sierra Leone, Mannah admitted that he is ready to play in any attacking role for the club in the new Egyptian second-tier campaign.
“The most important matter for me is not where I play, but that I play,” he said and confirmed his desire as to why he joined the club.
“I’m happy to be here and really looking forward to getting started.
“The club is a very ambitious club and hopefully I can be part of the history, as the determination is to get promoted,” Mannah added.
The club once returned to the Egyptian Premier League at the beginning of the 2007–08 season, following a long absence before relegated back to the Second Division, 2nd (Group A).
He has had spells with Mount Zion and Ghanaian side Medeamaa Sporting club before moving to Egypt.
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