Bangura wants to stay with Krakow


April 28, 2015 By Sahr Morris Jr

Sierra Leone striker Mustapha ‘Haji’ Bangura has expressed his desire to stay with Poland topflight league club, Wisla Krakow, after completing his rehabilitation.

The 25-year-old who is currently with the Polish side is preparing to return to the pitch as he is on his final rehab work with high hopes of passing the rehabilitation test.

“I feel really good now. I believe that I would be in Krakow because I would like to play here and I will do everything in my power to make this happen. If I can convince the coach, then I will do my utmost to bring something to the team and help the team,” Bangura told the club website.

The forward/attacking midfielder, who is a free agent, is eligible to sign for the Vistula River club and he is no stranger to the technical team as he was part of the squad which underwent several training sessions and played friendly matches during the winter break in Turkey.

Bangura has recently played for the Cypriot second division club Nikos & Sokratis before moving to join the Polish team on trials. He has also played for AEK Larnaca, Apollon Limassol and Omonia Nicosia – all in the Cypriot topflight league.