Mohammed-Awal Issah has gone to Serbia for trials.

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Awal-Issah leaves for trials in Serbia

Posted: 10 October 2008 Time: 10:32

AmaZulu playmaker Mohammed-Awal Issah has gone to Serbia for trials with giants Red Star Belgrade.

Usuthu PRO Philani Mabaso confirmed the news, saying the Ghanaian is scheduled for a week-long trial.

“The club decided to let him go because we are not engaged in PSL action due to the international weekend. He will be back for our Telkom Knockout game against SuperSport United here at home.

“We are happy for him, but since he is one of our key players, we would like him to leave us at the end of the season,” said Mabaso.

Awal, who left for Serbia on Wednesday, joined Usuthu two seasons ago and has represented his country at Under-17 and Under-20 level.

Previous comments on this story...

Anonymous
posted: 11:15 am
this is one hard working player in the mould of Okwonkwo.

he gives Usuthu shape in the middle of the park, they must not release him as yet if they want to compete this season.
Anonymous
posted: 11:39 am
Once again the foreigners show the way in the PSL. Our sploit brats want to sit at home and "only dream of playing in Europe". The foreigners are prepared to go to the smaller or less attractive leagues in Europe to establish themselves before moving to the Spains,Italy's of this world. But our spoilt players are not prepared to do that. Then when Bafana is in trouble, People like Mr Khoza tell us that we have to few players in Europe. Yes SUFFER must take some blame for Bafana, but to ignore the unwillingness of our sploit footballer to go to these leagues will be foolish. Ghana has 5 times more players in Europe because of players like Awal-Isah who are prepared to make such journey's.
Anonymous
posted: 01:33 pm
and why cant they organise something for star striker dumisani Ngwenya?
Anonymous
posted: 03:35 pm
che - its not amazulu organising the trial. Its the player and his agent. South African players need to wake-up.
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