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Dubai - Yasmine El Tohamy - Egyptian Premier League outfit ENPPI have decided to terminate the deal that saw Ghanaian forward Kwwame Karikari join the club, after completing his transfer to the team just last month.
The petroleum club have made some decent signings in the summer, acquiring the services of Tunisia international Zied Boughattas, Salah Rico, Karim Fouad, Karim Tarek, John Ebuka, Dinopeter Airaodion, Ibrahim El-Kadi, and many more.
However they still didn’t have the start they hoped for in the Egyptian Premier League, collecting just seven points from their opening five games.
The main reason for their slow start is the shortage of goals scored as they managed to net only five times in five games, leading them to sign out-of-contract Ghanaian forward Kwame Karikari on a three-year deal.
Karikari had lastly been playing for Hapoel Petah Tikva in Israel, before leaving the team last October before joining ENPPI as a free agent.
However, the player’s international clearance did not arrive and the Egyptian side chose to not wait anymore.
The 29-year-old forward began his career at native club Inter Allies FC, before moving to Swedish club AIK, who they loaned him to Degerfors IF, before selling Karikari permanently to Halmstad in 2015.
During his time in Sweden, Karikari scored 16 goals in 67 league games across the top two tiers, before having stints at Norwegian side FK Haugesund, then PFK Feniks Bucha of Ukraine, Qatari clubs Al Markhiya and Al-Arabi, and Turkey’s Balikesirspor.
ENPPI currently sit in the eighth place in the Premier League table after collecting 18 points from 11 matches.
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