Kvik Halden have completed an 18-months contract for Sierra Leone left wing back Sherrif Suma for an undisclosed fee until December 2016, the player has confirmed (Photo: Signed Up. Head Coach Glenn with Sheriff Suma)
Football Sierra Leone reported that the 28-year-old will join the Norwegian outfit following his medical on Monday.
The club has been looking for a new left-back, with a blistering pace and dribbling ability while in possession of the ball.
Suma, who is a strong attacking minded left wing defender and has the ability to go forward in the attacking positions, says, “he is happy with the move” to have joined the Norwegian side.
“I’m happy and thanks to God for this move, I’m looking forward to giving everything on the pitch.
“I feel great and happy to be here this summer and I hope to use it to boost my career.
“I’m grateful to Sierra Leone former goalkeeper coach; Jonny Murray who recommended me to Kvik head coach Glen, Suma told footballsierraleone.net.
Suma started trading his career with Atvidaberg, before moving in December 2006 to GAIS, one of Sweden’s oldest team.
Suma was loaned to FK Haugesund in the summer of 2008 for the rest of the season.
In December 2012, Suma was released from his contract with Ravan Baku, before joining Syrianska with fellow Sierra Leone International Samuel Barlay in June 2014.
Suma was also part of the Sierra Leone side that participated in the tenth edition of the U-17 World Championship in Finland 2003.
By Alie Bittar