Nigerian striker Alhaji Gero returns to Swedish club Ostersunds FK for the second time after playing a few months at Iranian team Esteghlal, for whom he made seven appearances before breaking his contract.
The 25-year-old Kano-born was a key member of the Ostersunds FK squad that reached the round of 32 of the Europa League in the 2017-18 campaign before they were knocked out by Arsenal.
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“OFK has always meant a lot to me because this is the club where I developed myself and my game and have made myself the player I am today. ”Many players have left the club last year.
The players who are now in the club have done everything possible to continue to perform and have done well.
”Now I look forward to meeting my teammates and the leaders around the team. And of course the fans never give up”.
Gero will have his first training session on Tuesday with his former teammate but the 78 appearances for Ostersunds scoring 12 goals in all competition in his first spell.
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