Sierra Leone striker, Mustapha Haji Bangura has said he is looking forward to a good striking partnership with Ghanaian international, Junior Agogo.
Agogo, who has just joined Apollon Limassol of Cyprus, was heartedly welcomed by his African counterpart, Haji.
“It will be nice to partner with my fellow African. I can’t wait for us to start the new season. I believe we can score more goals,” Haji who was loaned to Limassol said.
Already, Haji has started establishing himself as a key striker with the team, having started in all their pre-season matches and scoring three goals.
“He is a well experienced professional player and I hope to learn from him,” Haji said.
The Ghanaian striker, 30, signed a two-year contract with the Cypriot side earlier this month, and the deal means the Ghanaian striker ends a frustrating time in his career after a futile venture into African football with Egyptian giants Zamalek last summer.
Agogo will play with t-shirt number 23 while Haji is currently playing with the 22 jersey.
The Ghanaian fell out with the Cairo club in May after he was accused of being indifferent towards the club and handed huge fines.
The player later asked the world governing body, FIFA to intervene in the impasse and Zamalek then terminated his contract.
Last season he was playing in El Zamalek (Egypt) and during his career he played for Sheffield Wednesday, Oldham Athletic, Chester City, Chesterfield, Lincoln City, QPR, Barnet, Bristol Rovers and Nottingham Forest.