Gambia goalkeeper, Modou Jobe has expressed excitement as he looks forward to playing the Nigeria Professional Football League.
Jobe who was formerly on the payroll of Senegalese club, ASC Linguere will be with the Gambian national team when they take on Morocco and Equitorial Guinea has confirmed that he’ll join up with his new club, El-Kanemi Warriors after the international break.
Football agent, Ola Fowler confirmed to Footyalert that The Scorpions’ first choice has secured a two-year contract with El-Kanemi Warriors and will be in the country after the international break.
“It’s a done deal, a two-year deal has been secured for Modou Jobe. I’m happy that it’s done and I’m looking forward for him to have an interesting performance in the very competitive Nigerian League,” Fowler told <b>Footyalert</b>
Jobe couldn’t hold back his joy to play in Nigeria as he stated that he would love to lift the league trophy for the Desert Warriors.
” I want to do my bit to help El-Kanemi Warriors win the league trophy and also take the team to a higher level in African football. It’s really a big pleasure to join one of the biggest club in Nigeria,” Modou Jobe said to <b>Footyalert</b>
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