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Koh Kong’s debut goal excites midfielder Umaru Samura

Former Craig Bellamy academy player Umaru Samura has expressed his delight after his debut goal with Cambodian second-tier side Koh Kong on Sunday.

Samura, 23, who joined Koh Kong FC on a year deal, opened his account in the 5th-minute en-route a 7-1 thrashing of Tboung Khmum.

The midfielder, who was part of Craig Bellamy’s 2014 for the 1st Generation boys, was happy to start well with his new club.

“It was a great win and I was happy to start the season with a goal to my name,” Samura told FSL News.

“It’s a new beginning for me. As always, every young footballer’s dream is to play at the highest level in Europe someday.”

Umaru Samura Koh Kong FC

“In 2014, It was a great experience for me when I was named captained the Craig Bellamy’s academy first-ever tournament in Europe, the Milk Cup tournament in Belfast, Northern Ireland.”

“In 2017, I signed for a professional club in Ivory coast with Ivoire Académie, where I spent two seasons.

In 2019, I joined FC Johansen on loan, but because of the COVID-19, I didn’t play as the season was halted.”

“In 2021, I signed for Sierra FC before joining Koh Kong FC on March 2nd 2022.”

Samura has been part of Leone Stars 2018 friendly match in Monrovia against Liberia senior team.

Goal Shot

Credited: FSL News


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