Former Ghana local Black stars midfielder Albert Bruce says he will return to his former club Asante Kotoko before he hangs his boots.
Albert, who currently plays for Ermis Aradippou FC in Cyprus, played for Kotoko in 2010-2012 from Berekum Arsenals.
The midfielder played over 20 games for the Porcupine Warriors in the 2010/12 season.
His impressive performances with the Reds earned him a move to the Polish side Legia Warsaw.
Bruce popular known as Bodoo started his football career with Power FC Koforidua.
He then moved to Berekum Arsenal before joining Asante Kotoko in July 2010. During his stay with the porcupine Warriors, Bruce was loaned out to Polish club Legia Warsaw in a three-year deal, but he was unable to finish the contract due to contractual challenges, which resulted in his loan deal being terminated in December 2012.
In August 2020, Bruce was transferred from Ergotelis to fellow Super League 2 side Panachaiki for an undisclosed transfer fee and finally signed a long year deal with Ermis Aradippou fc in Cyprus where he’s currently the deputy captain of the side though he’s new to the team.
Bruce has played for 12 different clubs since 2009. Albert has also played for Ghana U-17, U-20, and the local Black Stars.
” I love Kotoko so much so whenever I come home, I will play for Asante Kotoko. I played Kotoko very well with a passion but I couldn’t stay long at Kotoko due to my move to Poland Legia Warsaw.
“I stayed at Kotoko for one year and I played very well, from the National team to Kotoko before I moved abroad. I love Asante Kotoko and I will play for Kotoko before I retire from football”. Bruce told GL Radio in China.
The 27-year-old Midfielder is currently appointed as vice-captain of his new team Ermis Aradippou. This could be attributed to his wide experience and leadership qualities discovered by the technical team of the club.
The 27-year-old Midfielder was recently appointed as vice-captain of his new team Ermis Aradippou FC in Cyprus.
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