Jun 19, 2009, 5:53 AM
The 18-year-old, who can also play as a winger, will feature for the ‘Eleven Is To One’ until the end of the 2015/16 Ghana Premier League season, which will kick off in late January 2016.
Michael, who spoke to www.realdebanjul.gm from his base in Accra, said: “I am very happy with my move to Allies and I have been exposed to new techniques and knowledge since I came here. It is a move I am happy with and I will do my level best to help the team achieve its objectives for the season and continue to score goals for them.”
Club President William Abraham, for his part, said: “This loan option is a very good move for Michael. Inter Allies are one of the top producing talents team in Ghana and they are a team like us, who are very active in marketing their players; so this is a good option for Michael, us and Inter Allies.”
Allies Executive Director Delali Eric Senaye, who is delighted about the signing, told his club’s official website: “This is a great signing for the club and will enforce the goal scoring ability of the team.”
Michael, a Real de Banjul youth product, was part of the 2014/15 league winning squad where he played a part.
Allies finished sixth last season in the Ghana Premier League after amassing 42 points on the 16-team league table.
They are a club founded in October 1996 by Lebanese brothers Omar Nasser El-Eter and Rabeh Nasser El-Eter.
They have produced Ghana national team players like Daniel Amartey, David Nii Addy, Gershon Koffie and Clifford Aboagye, just to name a few.