Suma’s proposed switch to Kvik collapsed

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Sheriff Suma 18-months contract to join Norwegian outfit Kvik Halden broke down, but the club are sure to maintain an interest in the player during the course of the season as they try to secure him a work permit.

Norwegian authorities denied the 28-year-old the right to continue his trade with the Norwegian 2nd division side because of a work permit and he is back with his parent club Syrianska IF in Sweden.

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.

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 2018

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