South Melbourne is pleased to announce its fifth signing of the summer, with Amadu Koroma joining the squad for the 2016 season.
The 24-year-old winger makes his way to Lakeside Stadium off the back of a strong season with Green Gully, in which he made 15 league starts.
While predominantly a midfield player, Koroma is also capable of playing a more advanced role and will add versatility and depth to Chris Taylor’s roster.
The Sierra Leone-born defender initially immigrated with his family to Tasmania where he begun his footballing career with the Glenorchy Knights.
His move to Victoria came in 2011, where he has since enjoyed spells at the Melbourne Knights, St Albans Saints and Port Melbourne.
South Melbourne FC Football Director Nicholas Maikousis spoke to smfc.com.au about our latest acquisition. “Amadu has completed a large part of the pre-season with our team as a trialist and has impressed everyone at the club with his work rate and form throughout our friendly matches.”
We welcome Amadu to the South Melbourne family and wish him the best for the upcoming season.