Turkish club Eskisehirs kutuluspor sign Sierra Leone defender

Sierra Leone defender David Simbo pictured is happy with his new move

Turkish side Eskisehirs Kutuluspor have signed Sierra Leone international defender David Simbo on a one-year contract for an undisclosed fee from Yeni Amasyaspor.

Simbo, 27, is delighted to join Eskisehirs kutuluspor and is ready to rejuvenate his playing career.

“I’m delighted and It’s a great feeling to be playing in Turkey,” Simbo said.

“I also had a great time last season despite been a lower league, I was happy, for me game time matters most.

“I want to thank everyone at Yeni Amasyaspor for my time with them.”

“Everything about Eskisehirs Kutuluspor satisfied me, I’m ready to give 110%, I can’t wait to get started,” the Najran and Krumkachy Minsk player told footballsierraleone.net.

Simbo has had spells in Sweden with → Motala (on loan), Trelleborg (on loan), Boden and Sandviken before joining Sudanese top-flight side Al-Hilal in 2014–2015 and later moved to Najran and Krumkachy Minsk in Belarus.

He started his playing career with local club Mighty Blackpool, where he was impressive before moving abroad.

Our apologies: David Simbo’s new club is not a TFF Lig 1 club as earlier reported, but the same level he played last season, was an Error.

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