Former Golden Eaglets Captain Joins Bosnia’s FK Sarajevo

June 30, 2022

0.6 min readCategories: News, Sports

 

By Sedara Oluwadara

 

Former skipper of the Golden Eaglets Musa Muhammed has decided to pitch tent with the Bosnia league giants FK Sarajevo, BSNsports.com.ng understands.

 

Muhammed spent four season with Croatian club HNK Gorica and played over 100 matches until the expiration of his contract.

 

Sarajevo confirmed his signing on Wednesday morning as it’s a year deal and the Nigerian has resumed training with the team in Rogaska Slatina in Sarajevo

 

The versatile defender who was the captain of the victorious 2013 U17 team in UAE has made three appearances for Super Eagles.

 

His first appearance for FK Sarajevo may likely come up on Thursday as they face TSC Backa Topola in a friendly game.

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