Gilbert Fiamenyo will be looking to give his all for AFC Leopards when he makes his debut in the Kenyan top-flight.
FourFourTwoMedia exclusively revealed that the highly rated attacker agreed to join the 13-time Kenyan top tier Champions and Ghana Web further reveals that the bulky striker penned a two-year deal with the Kenyan side after terminating his contract with Ghana Premier League Club Ebusua Dwarfs.
Fiamenyo signed for Dwarfs in the second transfer window but failed to break into the starting eleven, hence deciding to end his stay with the Cape Coast based Club and start a new adventure elsewhere.
And is he is already looking towards his “new adventure” with Leopards.
“I pray everything will work for me. For me I am just going there to do my best, It is a very good for me and I am ready to give in my all,” he told Kasapa FM.
“I want to do well there and possibly get a good deal. I don’t want to play and return to Ghana. So I am hoping for the best.”
The 26-year old will be expected to leave Ghana for Kenya this week to begin his new stint with Leopards.
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