Ghana midfielder Enoch Adu Kofi is delighted to have made 100 appearances for Allsvenskan side AIK Football.
The 30-year-old celebrated his centurion of appearances for the club on Sunday in AIK ‘s 2-0 home defeat to Örebro SK at the Friends Arena.
The Ghanaian international was handed a starting berth by manager Bartosz Grzelak but had to be substituted for Bilal Hussein in the 56th minute-mark of the game.
”I am very happy to have made my 1️⃣0️⃣0️⃣ appearance in this shirt and for @aik am very proud to be in this club history thanks for the support family friends and fans really appreciated it.” the former Malmo FF star wrote on Facebook.
Enoch Adu Kofi joined the Swedish giants in 2017 from Turkish side Akhisar Belediyespor and has since been an integral member of the club.
The Kumasi born player started his professional football with Corners babies and later moved to Liberty Professionals FC in Accra before moving to Europe after featuring for the national Under 17 team in 2007.
He joined French side OGC Nice, before signing for Danish side FC Nordsjælland in summer 2010 and contributed from his midfield position to the club’s first league victory 2011/2012 two points ahead of FC Copenhagen, qualifying them for the Uefa Champions League 2012 /, 2013. FC Nordsjælland was eliminated from the group play in autumn 2012 and shortly afterwards Club Brugge KV of Belgium signed him.
His most memorable spell came during his time with Malmo FF when he won several titles as a key member of the team in addition to playing regularly in the UEFA Champions league and against Real Madrid and Juventus and other top European clubs.