Ghanaian youngster Abdul Moomin Mohammed has signed a loan agreement with FC Porto in Portugal till June, 2022 from Charity Stars FC.
Moomin Mohammed joined Charity Stars from Tamale real republicans. The 18-year-old defensive midfielder is about the second player from the team to travel out on a professional contract.
Moomin has been with Charity Stars FC for the past two years before sealing a move to the Portuguese giants to aid his development.
In an interview with pressmen after signing the contract, Moomin said he was the move represents a giant step in his career and will make the best from it.
“It is a good step for my career and I will sacrifice and work hard to be successful. Porto is a good club with a history of producing so many world class talents so I’m hoping to walk in the paths of the great players who have come through the system. I believe I have what it takes to stay beyond the loan I will give everything to show the coaches my worth”, he said.
Moomin becomes the second youngster from Charity Stars FC to sign for a top European side.
Charity FC is fast gaining a reputation as the hub for the discovery and refinement of Ghanaian football talents.
Moomin adds to a rich history of young players produced by the club which includes the likes of Jeffery Obletey Otoo who joined Atlanta United, James Arthur who is also at Porto, Eric Ayiah to Monaco and the most prominent of them all, Black Stars Striker Emmanuel Boateng who scored a hat trick against Fc Barcelona in the Spanish La liga and many more .
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On the local scene, Charity Stars keep extending their space with the likes of Frederick Ansah Botchway and William Dankyi of Accra Hearts of Oak, Kwaku Karikari and Kofi Baah- Liberty professional, Evans Owusu who had a stint with Kumasi Asante Kotoko Last season and Richard Acquaah- Inter Allies all products of the Charity system
Formed in 1992, Charity Football Club was birthed by Apostle Abram Owusu Amoah, the founder of the Gentiles Revival Ministry to unearth talents is now managed by his son Pastor Samuel Owusu Amoah.
Moomin was with the club for two years where his craft was honed by a team of coaches at the club.
Moomin is not unaware of the role the club has played in his progress and is grateful to the founder and everyone connected to the club.
“I’m very glad and happy for this opportunity giving to me and am grateful to my team Charity stars for this, my Manager Pastor Samuel Owusu Amoah and all the management staffs for supporting me to this far and I promise them and Ghanaians am going to work very hard and make them proud.’’