Bangura on his way to FKH via Brussels
Umaru Bangura (in photo) has been a popular player during his time with Honefoss BK, however since Hønefoss faced the relegation boot to the Adeccoligaen lower division this season; it is obvious the former Watford player would leave.
The 23-year-old has opted to play for FK Haugesund, during the Christmas period the fine player was on holiday in his country Sierra Leone and due to certain entry permit issue he has been delayed to join the rest of his FKH teams.
A report reaching Sierra Express Media has confirmed the player is expected Tuesday afternoon via Ghana, he will be in Ghana Monday (today) afternoon to finally obtain his entry permit from the Danish embassy in the capital of Accra and will immediately leave for Brussels the same day before heading to Helganes on Tuesday.
In recent weeks it has been a long working day and night for FKH sports boss Asbjørn, who has been working around the clock to make sure Bangura joins the rest of his new teammates with the Norwegian outfit as they have already started pre-season preparation in the player’s absence.
Other reports reaching Sierra Express Media reveal this is all due to the unrest in the Capital of Ivory Coast were the player was originally supposed to have obtained his visa.
Despite he was wanted desperately to be part of this exciting first indoor trophy according FHK sport Director Asbjørn Helgeland, new signing Bangura was not part of the FK Haugesund side that lift west championship trophy.
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