Former Bellamy Academy graduate, Umaru Samura has completed his move to Cambodian top tier side, ISI Dangkor Senchey FC on a one year contract.
Confirming the completion of the deal on their website earlier on Sunday, the club expressed delight for being able to secure the contract of the talented midfielder who was one of the best player in the Cambodian league last season.
“It is great to get Samura here. He is a fantastic player that has so much potential. We are happy for his arrival and we hope he will bond well with the rest of his teammates”.
A delightful Samura described his transfer as a new beginning in his quest to play professional football.
“I feel happy and at home. They have shown me love ever since I arrived here. It means a lot to sign this new deal with ISI Dangkor Senchey and I’m here to give my best”, the Sierra Leonean midfielder said.
The former FC Johansen midfielder, who also played for Ivoire Academy in Ivory Coast, netted nine goals last season for his former club, Koh Kong and also provided couple of assists.
Samura will put on the No.5 shirt for the elephant in the Cambodian League