Nigerian born forward Bolaji Sakin has bidded farewell to ambitious Guinean club Horoya Athletic Club, reports.

After spending four years at the club, the skillful Sakin has decided to fresh challenge elsewhere.

He won the Ligue 1 Nimba Mining, Guinée Coupe Nationale and Guinée Super Cup at Horoya.

“4 beautiful years in Horoya Athletic Club have been wonderful,” the former Kwara United forward wrote via Facebook.

“All this will never be possible without the club’s support.”

Sakin also showed gratitude to the entire Horoya family.

“Thanks to the fans, my wonderful teammates, the staffs and the coaches.”

“However the time has come for a new chapter in my career but HAC will always be in my heart.”

“Thank you for the memories 😭😭❤️❤️. It has been an excellent one for me in this city Conakry ❤️… Goodbye to everyone and God bless you all … I LOVE YOU ❤️🤍…”

Apart from the afromentioned clubs, the 28-year-old has played for Wikki Tourists, Dolphins, Abia Warriors and Rivers United in the past.

Bolaji Sakin was born in Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire. At an early age, he arrived in Nigeria where he joined youth club Ijayapi Rock FC in Abuja.


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