Nyköpings BIS have announced Sierra Leone-born Ishmael Koroma has extended his contract with the club through to the summer of 2017. The 20-year-old joined the Nyköpings-based team in 2014 age 18 and has played just over 60 matches for the club.
“It’s like I found a second new home, I’m very happy to continue with the club,” Koroma told footballsierraleone.net.
“It’s a good club and I’m happy with my development since joining the club. My new contract is until 2017 but I can move if I have better offer otherwise I continue here,” He reiterated.
The club said on their website: “Ishmael is only 20 years old and has shown that he has a good potential to get to the next level.”
Nyköpings BIS, sixth in the standings 22 points adrift from league leaders Brommapojkarna.
Koroma injured his left ankle ligaments in their goalless draw with Carlstad United BK at their Rosvalla IP stadium on Saturday and specialist will evaluate the damage today.
The former old Edwardian defender has been ruled out for the club’s two remaining league matches against Brommapojkarna and Piteå.