Goalkeeper Philemon McCarthy Part Ways With Dreams FC
Goalkeeper Philemon McCarthy has confirmed his departure from Ghana Premier League side Dreams FC.
McCarthy joined the Dawu-based outfit during the second stanza of the 2016/17 campaign after ending his short stint with Sogakofe WAFA.
He became an instrumental figure in the club before leaving to join Israeli Hapoel Afula on loan after Dreams FC were relegated to the second-tier league.
The former Hearts of Oak safest pair of hands, however, failed to replicate the form he exhibited when he first joined after returning from his loan stint at Hapoel Afula as he made just a single appearance in the league.
The 29-year-old has mutually terminated his contract with the club as he seeks for new first-team opportunities elsewhere.
"I can confirm to you that I am no more at Dreams FC, we had to terminate my contract through mutual agreement," McCarthy told Graphic Sports Online.
"I think that [terminating his contract] was the best option for now because I want to play. I want to thank the club because they gave me a major European exposure when they sent me on loan to Israel."
The former Black Stars goalkeeper hinted that he is open to a move to any club that needs his services whether home or abroad as he is now a free agent.
"I am a free player and any club which comes whether home or abroad if the offer is good for me, I will join them."
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