Great Olympics have proudly announced the signing of Japanese striker Jindo Morishita to a long-term contract.
The former Ebusua Dwarfs player joined the team, the club said on Tuesday, to assist them in their bid to return to the top four of the Ghana Premier League.
After Kotoko already acquired the services of Brazilian attacker Medeiros De Souza during the current January transfer window, Jindo Morishita is now the second foreigner to join a Ghana Premier League team.
Since joining the Division One Ebusua Dwarfs two years ago, Jindo Morishita has gained experience. The 27-year-ability olds to improve their Olympic performance will depend on how many goals they can score after a recent scoring slump.
Only 13 goals have been scored by the Accra-based team in 14 games in the Ghana Premier League this year. In the current season, they have had five league goals from their strikers. Meanwhile, Great Olympics will play Accra Lions on February 2 in their 15th Premier League fixture.
Source – Tru News Report