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Youngster Kwadwo Amoako signs three-year contract to become new Medeama SC player

Youngster Kwadwo Amoako signs three-year contract to become new Medeama SC player

 

Ghanaian defender, Kwadwo Amoako has completed a move to join Ghana Premier League side Medeama SC.

The deal has been announced by the Tarkwa-based club through an official statement on Friday evening.

“Medeama is pleased to confirm that Kwadwo Amoako has joined the club, signing a contract until August 2025.

“The defender joins on a free transfer after leaving AshantiGold.

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“Amoako, 23, has joined the Mauve and Yellows as a marquee signing following his departure from the miners.

“The versatile former Techiman Eleven Wonders player is the latest addition to the two-time FA Champions and will be expected to provide massive cover for the club,” the club statement by Medeama SC reads.

Speaking in his first interview, Kwadwo Amoah says he is happy and looks forward to working with his new teammates.

“Medeama is a special club, and I cannot wait to get started. I am very happy to join this team finally and look forward to working with the coach, his backroom staff, and my teammates,” Kwadwo Amoako said.

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