Red Star Belgrade sack Mohammed Awal

Published on: 04 January 2011

By Saddick Adams

Serbian Super Cup champions Red Star Belgrade has told Ghanaian midfielder Mohammed Awal-Issah he is surplus to requirements at the club.

The former Real Sportive player has been told he has no place in new coach Robert Prosinecki's set up who has replaced Martin Petrovic.

The 24-year-old is among seven other players including former captain Slavco Perovic who have been shown the exit door.

Issah joined the former European champions two seasons ago and has found the back of the net once this season in a Cup match.

It is rumoured that Russian club Shinnik Yroslav has shown interest in him.

Comments

  • al-baashar
    says: 7 years ago
    my brother don't worry this serbs them selves are even surplus to requirement in europe. do not let them frustrate your efforts you can do better, so look eleswhere for better opportunity, God guard you in your endeaveou. baasha(ssnit, Tamale)
  • Red Star fan
    says: 7 years ago
    He is still a Red Star player, but he may leave the club this winter, because there is a limit of number of foreign players in Serbian Super league, and there are few new foreign players in the club, so some of foreigners must leave. I hope Mohammed Awal will stay, because he is good and hard work player.
  • RED CARD
    says: 7 years ago
    Would be surprised if they want to offload this boy. I watched him almost every week in AmaZulu (south africa), the boy is a gem to watch. He doesn't score goals but his passes and chance creation is excellent.