Franck Etouga Mbella, a former striker for Asante Kotoko, has shed light on why he departed the team after only one season.
The Cameroonian player made a significant impact in the Ghana Premier League, assisting the club in capturing the 2021/22 title. Mbella scored 21 goals, just one goal shy of the season’s top scorer, Yaw Annor.
Despite signing a two-year contract with Asante Kotoko, the 21-year-old forward decided to leave the team after a single season and join Al Masry, an Egyptian club.
Explaining why he left the club, Mbella said, “I made a choice to leave Asante Kotoko after helping them win the league title and I do not regret any decision to leave the team,”.
“I’m a professional player and I stay focused to attain my goals in life. Currently, my focus is on Al Masry and to help the team win glories” he added.
The Cameroonian forward following his explosive performance in the Ghana Premier League joined Al Masry in the Egyptian League on a permanent deal in a deal worth $400,000.
The 21-year-old has made eight appearances and scored one goal since joining Al Masry.