By Rahman Osman
Ghana striker Prince Tagoe has been unveiled as the latest signing for Malaysian club Kelantan FA, GHANAsoccernet.com can exclusively reveal.
The 27-year-old has finally put pen to paper on a six months contract with the Red Warriors who are coached by Ghanaian-born George Boateng.
Tagoe has been without a club since leaving Tunisian outfit Club African late last year.
The move to Kelaten was reported to have fallen through but the Ghana international was unveiled as the club’s new signing on Friday after signing the short-term deal.
The ex TSG Hoffenheim hitman has been handed the no.28 shirt at the unveiling ceremony in the presence of the club’s General Manager and coach Azmari Ibrahim and George Boateng respectively.
Tagoe looks to revive his career after almost a year out of competitive action since leaving Turkish club Bursaspor at the beginning of the current campaign having cancelled his contract.
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