Sierra Leone international midfielder Abdul Bell-Baggie (pictured in action) said he will “give everything for his new club” after joining Stockport County FC on a free transfer.
The 23-year-old, who was available on a free transfer after leaving Bristol Rovers without making a single appearance for the club has penned a year contract with the Conference North side.
Speaking to footballsierraleone.net, Baggie said: “I signed a year deal and I’m delighted.
“I can’t wait to start playing regular football again, week in week out, giving everything for this club.”
Stockport head coach, Neil Young has said he believes he’s made ‘an exciting and excellent’ capture after adding Abdulai Bell-Baggie to his squad at Edgeley Park.
The former Rovers forward is well recognised for his two-and-a-half year spell at Tranmere.
Born in 1992 at the start of Sierra Leone’s decade-long civil war, Bell-Baggie moved to the UK as a seven-year-old with his family.
Bell Baggie is a former England youth international; he made 55 league appearances scoring four goals for League Two side Tranmere Rovers since being signed by former boss Ronnie Moore in 2012.
He made his senior debut with Sierra Leone in a 1–0 defeat to Cape Verde at the Estádio da Várzea in a World Cup qualifier on 15 June 2013.