Former Accra Hearts of Oak striker, Gilbert Fiamenyo has confirmed that despite parting ways with Cape Coast Ebusua Dwarfs mutually, he has already gotten a club outside Ghana but he is yet to sign a contract with the club.
Former coach of Dwarfs, Coach J. E. Sarpong signed Fiamenyo after his former club released him. The bulky forward was tasked with aiding Dwarfs climb up the league table when he joined the team in the Ghana Premier League’s second transfer window.
He found goals hard to come by during his short stint, missing a penalty on his debut against Kumasi Asante Kotoko.
Speaking to Asempa Sports in an interview, Gilbert said, “I don’t really like Cape Coast so I decided to come back home.
“I went there with an ambition and it was J. E. Sarpong that signed me for the club but unfortunately after losing to Kotoko the club sacked him and a new coach was brought in.
“The coach has his own tactics and philosophy and it was obvious that he doesn’t like me even though I signed half a season contract with them so I decided to terminate my contract.
“I was not getting enough playing time so I decided to bring everything to an end. I wish them the best of luck and despite terminating my contract with them, they treated me very well and I don’t want to see them go back to relegation.
He continued, “If you compare when I was playing Hearts of Oak and playing Dwarfs, there is a very big difference because I was once the leading striker for Hearts of Oak and now I am not even allowed to play, to me it is a big shame and some of the players even complained because I am a senior player but still I was not given time to play. I spoke to the coach about it and during training I really work hard so the players were really surprised about my situation.
“For now, I have signed a contract with a team outside Ghana and by next week I will not be in Ghana. The coach has promised to give me enough time to play and personally I know the coach personally. I know the club will help me and I will help the club as well.” He added.