goalkeeper, Modou Jobe, Wednesday signed a contract with a Saudi Arabian Second
Division side, Jeddah Club for an undisclosed fee.
The Saudi Arabian club announced on its official website that they have reached an agreement to sign The Gambia international goalkeeper. The 30-year-old net-minder left Nigerian side El Kanemi Warriors where he spent two seasons.
The former Real de Banjul, Gambia Armed Forces (GAF), Niarry Tally and ASC Linguere goalkeeper has also featured in his new club’s 2-2 draw against the Saudi Arabian giants Ittihad played on Thursday.
Jobe, who is named in the Tom Saintfiet FIFA World Cup preliminary qualifiers against Angola, played the entire game for Jeddah Club on Thursday.
Jeddah Club features in the Saudi Arabia second-tier division and it is owned by filthy rich businessman, Ahmed Al-Baadani.
They are coached by Abdulrahman Al-Ahdal and have a couple of African players as the Ivory Coast’s duo of forward Ibrahim Sory and midfielder Patrick Gbala. Jeddah club will open their 2019 – 2020 campaign away from home against Al Nojoom at the Prince Abdullah bin Jalawi Sports City Stadium on Tuesday 20th August 2019.