Ghana Premier League outfit Ebusua Dwarfs have unveiled their new Japanese signing, Jindo Morishita at the premises of the Japan Embassy in Accra.
The 25 year old joins the Cape Coast club with previous experience in Africa, having played for Zambian side, Maestro United Zambia.
Speaking at the unveiling ceremony, Jindo Morishita stated that he joined Ebusua Dwarfs because of the club’s history and is looking forward to meeting his new teammates.
Also in attendance was Executive Committee member of the Ghana Football Association, Samuel Anim Addo who highlighted that the signing of Jindo will hopefully bring about a longstanding partnership with the Japanese Football Association.
The 25-year- old becomes the first Japanese to play in the Ghana Premier League side in any prominent capacity, following in the footsteps of former Hearts of Oak and Inter Allies coach Kenichi Yatsuhashi who worked with the two clubs in between 2015 and 2018.
He has joined Dwarfs until the end of the season and he is expected to make his debut when the second round of the Ghana Premier League resumes next weekend.
Dwarfs, who won the Premier League in the 1965-66 season, are currently ninth on the standings after 17 games so far this term.
Source: Citi Fm