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Former Asante Kotoko Striker Wants to return to Ghana Premier League Return

Seidu Bancey, a former Asante Kotoko forward, has confirmed that he is willing to sign with any Ghanaian club that is interested in his services.


After terminating his deal with Tunisian side ES Zarzis, the 30-year-old is reportedly unattached.


Former Asante Kotoko striker Seidu Bancey Seidu Bancey Plans to Return to the Ghana Premier League


Seidu Bancey, who scored 43 goals in 83 games for Kotoko, told OMY TV that he is still in top shape and ready to take Ghana football by storm if any club approaches him for his services.

“After terminating my contract with ES Zarzis in Tunisia, I've returned to Ghana. I injured my knee, but I'm completely recovered and ready to play for any local team. I'm glad to be back in the squad, even if it's Kotoko.


“Despite terminating my contract with the North African club, I will take every opportunity to sign with a different team there,” he said.


Ebusua Dwarfs, Asante Kotoko SC, Smouha SC, Bekaa SC, Espérance Zarzis, and Arba Minch are among the strikers who have previously played for Ebusua Dwarfs, Asante Kotoko SC, Smouha SC, Bekaa SC, Espérance Zarzis, and Arba Minch.

During the 2011 CAF U-23 Championship qualifiers, Bancey was a member of the Ghana U23 squad.


He also represented Ghana at the 2014 African Nations Championship in South Africa, where the Black Stars B placed second.

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