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CS Sfaxien’s Sokari tipped to succeed in Tunisian league

16 December 2015, 09:59

Tunis - Nigeria international Kingsley Sokari's move to Tunisian Ligue 1 side CS Sfaxien is now in the bag, according to Tunisian - based agent Mahmoud Ouaddeni, who was actively in negotiations.

The team from Sfax had been on the trail of the Enyimba midfielder for close to a year after he broke into the Nigeria set-up, and on Monday the chase was over after he signed a contract designed for three and a half seasons.

Mahmoud Ouaddeni has tipped Sokari to be a huge success in Tunisia, like his international teammate Junior Ajayi.

Also read: Kingsley Sokari expects Dream Team to beat Ghana U23s

''Sokari is happy with the contract that he signed. He's a player who has qualities and physically he is very strong. Players like him are like soldiers,'' Ouaddeni said to news24.

''He will play and give all his best to CS Sfax and I'm sure he'll make the President, coach and supporters of CS Sfax happy.''

He added: ''Sfax are one of the biggest teams in Tunisia and in Africa, when they decide to sign a player he is watched for a long time.

''They know Sokari will be one of the stars of the team with Junior Ajayi, who is highly respected by all football fans in Tunisia.''

For the remainder of the 2015 - 16 season, Kingsley Sokari, who cost CS Sfaxien $400 000, will wear the number 20 kit.

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