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Liberian forward, Andrew Kerkulah, joins Adelaide Victory

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Liberian Footballer, Andrew Kerkulah
Liberian Footballer, Andrew Kerkulah

( 7, 2015)-Liberian Footballer, Andrew Kerkulah, has joined Campbelltown city football club in the Australian National Premier Leagues.

The young Liberian forward completed a move to the Premier league club recently from lower tier club, Adelaide Victory.

Campbelltown city football club, nick-named, the Red Devils, lies sixth in the Australian National Premier Leagues, just three points behind the top three clubs, with 12 matches to the end of the season.

Kerkulah joined the club after netting in 16 goals from 17 matches for Adelaide Victory in the Southern Australian leagues.

The performance of the 23-year-old for Adelaide Victory this season caught the attention of several top clubs in Australia, but Campbelltown city won the race to sign the Liberian international.

Kerkulah won the golden booth last season in the Southern Australian League.

He expressed his gratitude to Adelaide Victory and teammates for their support during his stay at the club.

Kerkulah told State Radio Sports that he had to leave Adelaide to pursue his dream of playing in the top league.
He also told State Radio Sports that he wants to contribute to Campbelltown City’s strive for promotion to the first league in Australia.

The Liberian forward has spent over three seasons in Australia winning two golden booths in the Australian lower divisions.

Report says there are several other clubs outside Australia eying the Liberian striker, currently averaged a goal per match as he sat at the top of the club’s goal scoring chat before departing.

Kerkulah’s first training with the club was a delight and club manager vowed to hand the young Liberian international a starting role in Campbelltown City’s weekend fixture.

The Australian National Premier Leagues is the second top league, just a step below the A-League in Australia.


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