Morishita joined the Crabs on a transient agreement in front of the resumption of the 2020/21 Ghana Premier League season.
The 25-year-old has been in the West African country for scarcely fourteen days yet has effectively begun to look all starry eyed at Shatta Wale's tunes.
Morishita admitted that however he doesn't get a handle on the verses, he enjoys the imagination, beat and rhythm of his tunes.
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He is the furthest down the line Japanese to join a GPL side in any conspicuous limit, continuing in the strides of previous Hearts of Oak and Inter Allies mentor Kenichi Yatsuhashi who worked with the two clubs in the middle of 2015 and 2018.
He was brought into the world in Japan yet was brought up in the Netherlands. Having played in Indonesia, he later took on the University of Tsukuba, including for the men's football crew.
In 2019, the Japanese marked his first expert agreement, fixing a concurrence with Zambian Super League side FC Muza.
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