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By Dom Agbakpe,


Prince Tagoe has finally his two-year search for a new club by signing for Turkish second-tier side Isparta Davrazspor.

The former national star has been on the look out for a new club after ending his contract with   Accra-based lower division side Mighty Jet in 2016.

Tagoe, 31 is returning to the Eastern European country having played for Super Lig side Bursaspor in the 2012/2013 season.

The lanky forward has previously played for Serbia’s Partizan Belgrade, Malaysian Kelantan FA, UEA’s Al Shabab and Club Africain of Tunisia and TSG Hoffenheim.

Tago represented Ghana at the 2006 Africa Cup of Nations in Egypt and the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa.

He has earned 28 caps for Ghana and scored 7 goals.

Here’s a message from the club’s official twitter handle confirming the deal:


In his career, he wore Ittihad, Hoffenheim, Partyan, Bursaspor, El-alliance, Club Africain, Kelantan fa, Tudu Mighty jet form.

Ghana 🇬🇭 National team and 28-match star football player recorded 7 goals.


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