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Waris signs five year deal with Spartak Moscow

Posted On Saturday, 10th November 2012

Abdul Majeed Waris signing for Spartak Moscow

Ghana striker Abdul Majeed Waris has sealed his move to Spartak Moscow, MTNFootball.com can exclusively reveal.

The 21-year-old signed a five year deal with the Russian giants on Saturday after agreeing personal terms.

Waris joins from Swedish club BK Hacken where he emerged top goal scorer with 23 goals in 29 games in the the just ended Swedish league.

The Ghana international however has to wait until January to play his first competitive match for his new side.

Waris is one of the numerous products of the Right to Dream Academy in Ghana.

He has featured four times already for the Ghana national team but is yet to score his first international goal.

Source: MTNFootball.com

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READERS COMMENTS

  1. Romeo says:

    I don’t know whoever has been advising our footballers. There he goes to the ‘dark league’. Personally, i think he should have learnt something from Laryea, Dramani, Illiasu and all the other whose careers were somehow murdered by this league. Wishing you all the best man. Bt frankly, i don’t support your decision but it’s yours to make.

  2. Chu says:

    Russia? wrong move for any foreign player, more to say an African. Maybe france or scotland would have been better.

  3. RAS ''AB'' says:

    But, is this club is one of the best club in europe here,so that can not let my mind down of him,only thing is that,there is alot of quality players there i think this is only thing i have to think about in this contract,so he need to fight well for position.

  4. ike says:

    All that these agents want is to make money from these young players. Where they play is not what they look at!
    He has to do well in the club so that a club in the West will spot him otherwise hmmmmmmm Russia!! Racism too abounds!

  5. junior mafia says:

    Gsn wat was da fee? Nonsense how can u not report da amount….hope he has da heart to plae in a racist country lyk russia.

  6. fanta says:

    Awwwl i’m very sorry for this Guy, Racist country Galore!!!!!!

  7. Ghanaman says:

    Good move. Spartak Moscow is Champions League team and one of the best in Russia. Their coach is spanish and they play Barcelona type football. The free was 2.9 million pounds.

  8. Maxwell Johnson says:

    Ghanaman, check your facts well. The fee is €2.9 million not £(Pounds), am still not convinced about this move. I was hoping that he would move to the Dutch Eredivisie and aid his development then the BIG clubs will come knocking after he’s become an established player. Warris is not yet a complete player like some Ghanaians think, wish him all the best anyway.

  9. kantoose says:

    Spartak moscow is highly rated one of the best clubs in europe. If warris is that good this will be a test for him because russian league is tough. You know how many excellent African players are there right now? plenty. even osaze odemwingie started from russia. good luck boi

  10. kobe scratch says:

    You guy are kidding, ask Laryea, Dramani, Illiasu that where did they make good money and when they where playing in Russia , they were play regular for Ghana, so if the league is so bad why all this africa stars are he, ETO ,OBINNA from Nigeria and Amenike from Nigeria and Doumbia from Ivory coast and why ROBERT CAROS came here . My brothers football is now cash , so let the boy cash in.

  11. Catcho12 says:

    Odemwingie is half russian he was born there that’s y he started his career in russia #Fact

  12. digitz says:

    the much talk about odewinge who is half russia could not stand the racial abuse. Dats why he left…wish him the best anywae.

  13. COCONUTHEAD says:

    I hope he has been given good advice. It is a jungle out there for young players.

  14. Siasia(waris brother) says:

    Pls the family and friends of waris is pleased with the deal and move.pls we thank you all for your concern but pls lets keep on praying for him.

  15. Siasia(waris brother) says:

    Pls the family and friends of waris is pleased with the deal and move.pls we thank you all for your concerns but pls lets keep on praying for him.we belieeve he will make difference.





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