Liberia goalkeeper, Boison Wynney de Souza, has completed a move to Doxa Dramas, a Cypriot Second Division side, the club announced Thursday on its official twitter handle, Sokafrika.com reports.
Boison is joining Doxa Dramas on a one-year contract period for an undisclosed fee from Spanish side, Segunda side RCD Mallorca B.
“We announce that an agreement has been reached to acquire the 21-year-old Liberia goalkeeper, Boison Wynney de Sousa , with hope that his excellent form can help our team “, welcome Boison,”Doxa stated on their official handle.
“From the beginning when I knew I was going to come here, I was very excited about the new experience,” Boison told Sokafrika’s official website.
“I consider this step a big step in my career. I think everyone who follows football knows the importance of this club, so I’m really excited.
“It’s an exciting time for me to take a new Adventure in my Career, with Doxa FC for what I hope will be a great chapter,” Wynney Explain to Liberian Spors International and Sokafrika Journalist Emmanuel wise Jipoh.
It’s exciting for me to play in Greece, the Spanish -born star who spent his entire career in Spain , playing for Recreativo La Victoria, Penya Arrabal, CD Cide, San Francisco, at youth level but also feature for Llosetense, Olímpic Xàtiva, Binissalem, and Mallorca B at senior level before securing a free transfer to Doxa Dramas.
“I had good memories from my time in Spain over the years , it is about time to take different tend and begin a new Chapter in my career and I believe everything is possible with this move,” the former Binissalem Shot -stopper also said.
” I can’t look back now to what could have been, I have a positive feeling about this and I feel grateful for the opportunity.”
“He is active international in the men national team of his homeland, (Liberia), recording so one cap so far in the Red, White and Blue
Boison was born in Palma, Majorca to a Liberian father and a Brazilian mother. He was therefore eligible to represent Spain, Liberia or Brazil. He received his first call for the Liberia national team on November 2, 2016 and made his international debut in the 0–3 away loss to Zimbabwe for the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying phase on June 11, 2017.
“We welcome Boison to the Drama’s family and we wish him every success.” the club twitted .