Cyril Olisema Thrilled With Enyimba Move
Enyimba International have completed the signing of Delta-born Midfielder Cyril Olisema from Akwa United.
The midfielder who played three seasons for the Promise Keepers signed a two-year deal.
Speaking exclusively to Passion FM Sports Correspondent Favour Itua, Olisema described his move to Enyimba as a dream come true, adding that the club is the biggest club in the league with what they have achieve.
“I feel okay, I am so happy to be with the champion, you know it’s every league player’s dream to play for Enyimba.”
Olisema scored Four goals in the 2018/2019 season for Akwa United and three at the Super Six play-off Championship in Lagos will hope to bring his creativity and bite to the People’s Elephant.
Enyimba have handed him jersey number 20 and also register him for the 2019/2020 CAF Champions League.
The former Aiteo Cup winner who will play at the CAF Champions League for the first time promise to give his best as he hopes his CAF Confederations Cup experience will come to bare.
He however thanked his former club Akwa United for his time there and can’t wait to start his new campaign.
” To all my fans, especially my former club Akwa United, I want to thank all of you for being there through my stay, I wish you well in all your endeavors,
To my colleagues in Enyimba some who have played with me before, I am very happy to team up with them, and i promise I will make my fans proud.”
It wi be recall that Cyril Olisema started his career with Warri Wolves, but didn’t play a league match before moving to Gombe United where he played under Maurice Cooreman, after two seasons with the team he went to Al Masry in Egypt where his stay was cut short due to injury.
He came to the country and signed for Gombe United where he played one season before they got relegated. His relationship with Cooreman made him team up with Ikorodu United where he helped the team gain promotion to from the second division to the topflight as the Captain.
In 2016, Olisema once again moved to Akwa United with Maurice Cooreman in charge and has since established himself by winning the Maiden Edition of the Aiteo Cup, several man of the match awards and state FA Cup.