Paul Kpaka quits Enosis
Sierra Leonean international, and former Germinal Beerschot striker Paul Kpaka, has reportedly quit his Cypriot side Enosis Paralimni FC. The reason for him leaving the club is because the player is not happy with Cedimir Janevski the Enosis Manager not giving lots of game time to the player reports state, and Sierraexpressmedia.com have learnt that the player left the club Monday 6 December, 2010.
Other sources stated that the 29 year old player is still in Cyprus scouting for another club. He joined Enosis in October this year and has only played six league matches with the club in the ongoing season, three of which he started and the rest he came in from the bench in the 65th, 75th, and 80th minutes respectively.
The goal poacher, hit 28 league goals in the 2002-03 campaign when he was in Belgium with Beerschot winning the Ebony Boot and grabbed the top African Footballer award in Belgium, only registered two goals for Enosis in all six league matches.
Early in 2000 Kpaka used to be a regular starter for Sierra Leone. He made his international debut for Sierra Leone in a 2004 African Nations Cup qualifier against Gabon October 12, 2002. Sierra Leone won the match 2-0, with Kpaka scoring the first goal. Later on in the match, he got sent off for elbowing an opponent.
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