Bright Nsiah on trials in Armenia

Published on: 30 July 2011

Former Heart of Lions midfielder Bright Nsiah has begun a three-week trial exercise at Armenian side Impulse FC, MTNFootball can confirm.

The 22-year-old midfielder is hoping to convince boss Armen Gyulbudaghyants to hand him a deal.

If he fails, the diminutive middle man will join local giants Hearts of Oak.

“I have been here for one week now and I'm to spend three weeks with the club. I hope they will offer me a deal. But I have concluded talks with Hearts of Oak and I will sign for them if I return to Ghana. I want to play for Hearts. My contract with Lions has expired,” he told MTNFootball.com

Nsiah was a member of the Ghana Under-23 side, eliminated from the 2012 London Olympic Games qualifiers.

Comments

  • Thuram
    says: 8 years ago
    Hearts of oak is a bigger club comared to the club in armenia so why should you go and have trials and if and if you fail you revert to hearts.
  • Maxwell Johnson
    says: 8 years ago
    Armenia???OMG!!What is he doing over there?I never knew Armenia is even a football nation lol.Massa come home quickly and sign for Hearts Of Oak,trust me you gonna be a star in the next coming years if you perform well consistently 4 Phobia and that will increase your chances of securing a lucrative deal from a better European club.