The 20-year-old goalkeeper is said to have left for a tryout in the Country which football league is ranked number one on the continent of Europe.
Nimba United goalkeeper Bubacarr Sangyan has traveled to Spain for greener pasture, Team Manager Weah Wesseh has confirmed.
Wesseh also established that the “Mountaineers” will also be without young-looking goalkeeper Bill Jenson who left for the United States of America last year, where he hopes to continue his education and football career.
Sangyan, who has had three caps for the Scorpions of The Gambia together with compatriots Buba Sama Alasana Jarju joined the Sanniquellie-based Club during the Liberian League mid-season.
The Gambian U-20 goalkeeper performed greatly at Nimba County side, in the Liberia Football Association (LFA) 2nd division league, thus leading to their promotion to the First Division.
Sanyang guided Gambian Club Armed Forces to a third place finish during the 2013-2014 season in Gambia’s top flight football and was also instrumental in Brikama United’s 2012 CAF Champions League campaign against Senegalese side US Ouakam and Tunisian club Espérance Sportive de Tunis, who knocked them out in the second round of the qualifiers.
Though the Nimba United Team Manager (Wesseh) failed to say which goal keeper the Club is eying, but Insight Sports has gathered that former Barrack Young Controller (BYC) goal custodian Mulbah Urey is the man likely to be signed by the Club. Urey is currently in the employ of Red Lions Liberia.
The 'Mountainers' were relegated at the end of the 2012/2013 of the Liberia Football Association league season after the football house deducted about 27 points from the Nimba County based football club for allegedly featuring an illegal player.
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