January 14, 2016 By Sahr Morris Jr.
Ghanaian Premier League club, Inter Allies has unveiled Sierra Leonean striker, Prince Barrie together with Gambian forward Michael Touray at the club’s training ground, the Tema Sports Stadium.
The duo was introduced to their new teammates and the technical team before they started full workout with the rest of the team.
Barrie joined the West African club from Sierra Leonean side FC Kallon, while Touray joined from Gambian giants Real de Banjul. The two players are on an initial season-long loan deal with an option to a permanent contract.
According to the club’s Executive Director, Delali Eric Senaye, the pair penned down a deal with the ‘Eleven Is To One’ club in December but have been training with them a week ago before their official unveiling ceremony.
Senaye told www.interalliesfc.com: “I’m delighted with how fast both players have involved themselves with the team. They add strength and power to our attack and I’m looking forward to seeing them play well in the upcoming season. They’re talented players and will have the exposure to even develop better under our training system.”
In an exclusive interview with Concord Sports, Barrie said he was pleased with the move and looks forward to a new challenge in the Ghanaian league.
He said: “The move is a great opportunity for me especially when there is no active football playing in Sierra Leone presently. I am pleased with the move and I am looking forward to face the new challenge in Ghanaian football.”