Midfielder Alusine Koroma has signed a two-year contract with Orihuela CF in the Segunda Federation, in the fourth level of the Spanish football league system.
In the first half of this campaign, Koroma made sixteen appearances for Vélez CF before joining rivals Orihuela CF.
“I am delighted to be part of Orihuela CF, and I am looking forward to helping the team as much as possible,” Koroma told Football Sierra Leone Media.
“As I step into a new football adventure, my heart swells with gratitude for each one of you. My time at Velez has been nothing short of incredible, brimming with unforgettable memories and the unwavering support of the staff, management, especially Coach Magnus – a true father figure to me – the board, and the passionate fans. You’ve made Velez feel like home,” Koroma noted.
In 2019, Koroma was a member of the East End Lions team that emerged victorious in the Sierra Leone National Premier League. Later that same year, he underwent a trial with Real Balompédica Linense, a Spanish club where his twin brother, Alhassan, had already signed.
Koroma eventually signed for the club, and in February 2021, he made his debut for the reserve team against CD Alcalá Del Valle.
In June 2021, both Koroma brothers extended their contract with Linense for three more years.