Why do a club like Kotoko sell their top most striker and then later on go in for some irrelevant archaic players from all continent to come and justify their performance. In some time now, the absence of their player will cost them out of the race of winning the league trophy with this team. Most at times, the teams however showcase some outstanding individual brilliance but there is no team work. The outgone striker have told the club that the telepathy between Fabio and him is very good and the coach should continue to pair them up front. Vinicius has had previous stints with Linkoping City and Vasalunds IF (Sweden). The former Fluminese forward will team up with fellow Brazilian playmaker, Fabio Gama at the club. Vinícius Silva de Morais becomes the second Brazilian to join the club in the ongoing football season.
However, he becomes the fourth Brazilian to sign for Kotoko in the last 15 years and the five to join a Ghana premier league club following Gleisson de Souza Ferreira in 2005 and Hermes da Silva in 2013 for the Porcupines and Lozano Silva for Hearts of Oak in 2016 and currently Fabio Gama Dos Santos. The 27-year-old, who was on the books of Swedish third-tier side Vasalunds last year, joins the Porcupine Warriors in a deal which runs until 2023.
He has become the second Brazilian at Kotoko, linking up with compatriot Fabio Gama Dos Santos who joined the club in October last year. "Vinicius' arrival raises our new signings this time of the season to two following the capture of Solomon Sarfo Taylor. "The second round is looming and our charge to be clinical upfront to push our title-winning ambition is on course with the arrival of the two goal poachers. "Vinicius joins his compatriot Fabio Gama who joined us this season and is already taking the Premier League by storm. He went on to feature for Estoril in Portugal during the 2015-16 season and made a comeback to his home country to play for America Mineiro, Resende and Cascavel before heading for Linkoping City in Sweden in 2019.
Last year, he transferred to Japanese third-tier side Grulla Marioka before returning to Sweden to join Vasalunds.
Kotoko is also making an unpardonable mistake ensuring that, success come their way but this can't be success this time. In most cases where there is a lot of trust in the selling player then you bring in another excelling player elsewhere but we don't go in for free players to compliment the squad. Free agent are the preferred destination at Kotoko been linked with such players is a luck. The board should be up and doing to avoid disgrace and make sure that they establish a good rapport to buy quality not quantity. Perhaps the most exciting thing about Morais is that he is already a very complete attacking player. While he prefers to play through the center, he has all the attributes to be a real threat on either flank as well. It is his mix of technical ability as well as pace that makes him such a difficult opponent to play against. Helpful to that is his ability to play with either foot. Morais will be the second Brazilian to play for the Ghanaian club after his compatriot Fabio Gama. Funnily enough, the two joined the Porcupine Warriors having previously played in Sweden. He is not related to the Real Madrid youngster One thing that we should probably clear up is that Morais is in no way related to Real Madrid youngster, and namesake, Vinicius Jr.
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