Ex-Asante Kotoko playmaker Fabio Gama has been unveiled officially by his new club Muharraq club in Bahrain. The Brazilian international left the shores of Ghana at the end of 2021/22 season, after failing to agree to a new deal with the reigning league champions Asante Kotoko.
Fabio Gama later signed a contract with Bahraini side Muharraq and has been put on display today. In the picture shared on the clubs official Facebook page, Fabio Gama is seen with a club official of Muharraq club and they held a jersey of the club.
Muharraq club expect Fabio Gama to bring quality into their club as he is known for. The Bahraini club compete in the Bahraini Premier League and have won it on 33 occasions. The club can boast of being one of the oldest football club in the Arabian Peninsula. Muharraq club are nicknamed the red wolf.
Fabio Gama joined Asante Kotoko and spend two seasons with the Kumasi-bass side, helping them to win the Ghana Premier League in his second and final season. After making his debut against Medeama in Tarkwa in his first season, Fabio Gama became fans favorite with his silky and delectable football, providing intricate and tailored-measured passes.
Lack of playing time in his second season, according to reports in the local media, pushed him to decline a contract renewal.
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