Espérance Sportive de Tunis have parted ways with Nigerian striker
Junior Lokosa on mutual consent.
The four-time CAF Champions League winners announced Lokosa’s
departure on their official Twitter handle on Wednesday.
“ Nigerian striker Junior Lokosa ends his contract with Esperance”
reads the tweet.
The 26-year-old scored only two goals in 11 appearances for
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Lokosa fell out of favour with Esperance’s new coach Moine
Chaabani, as the 39-year-old told the management that Lokosa, along
with two other players were not part of his plans.
The former First Bank marksman struggled with fitness since linking
up with Esperance from Nigeria Professional Football League side
Kano Pillars on a two-and-half-year-deal in 2019.
He was top scorer in the NPFL in the 2018/2019 season with 19 goals.
Written By ISAAC ISAAC
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