Aug 1, 2014, 10:00 AM
Gambian midfield sensation Mustapha Jarjue has admitted his delights at switching allegiance to the Major League Soccer side Vancouver Whitecaps from
The 25-year-old forward, who became professional footballer after he inked a two-year deal with the then Belgian first division side K. Lierse SK from local side Steve Biko in 2006, came to a successful end of his five-year stint in Belgium and is extremely delighted to look for a new challenge elsewhere.
Jarjue first moved to
His most outstanding performances in
“I am happy to look for a new challenge elsewhere after some great time in Belgium with Lierse and Mons and my focus now is to take my impressive goal-scoring ability to the MLS, Jarjue told Pointsport in an interview at the Seaview Hotel as he looked set to play a part in the Scorpions’ friendly game with DR Congo at the Independence Stadium in Bakau today.
“I would like to thank
Jarjue, who captained Gambia senior national team during their 1-nil win over Gabon, made his debut for his new MLS club Vancouver Whitecaps as a starter but his presence could do a little to prevent Whitecaps from conceding a narrow 2-1 defeat to the Premier League big spenders Manchester City in a recent pre-season friendly.
Jarjue appeared twice for Whitecaps in his side’s 2-2 draw with Saint Jose Earthquake, which was followed by a heavy defeat to LA Galaxy last weekend.