Moldova Super Lige side FC Petrocub Hîncești has captured Ghanaian Duo Seidu Bassit and David Abagna Sandan from Sudanese side Al Hilal Omdurman as part of the partnership agreement a few days ago.
FC Petrcub Hîncești announced former Asante Kotoko Sporting Club Chief Executive Officer Nana Yaw Amponsah as the club’s president after signing a partnership with an abroad company. However, the inclusion of Seidu Bassit and David Abagna Sandan will be the second and third Ghanaians to join the Moldovan side after former Azam Sporting Club and Asante Kotoko Sporting Club goalkeeper Razak Abalora from Football Club Sheriff Tiraspol also in Moldova.
Former Obuasi Ashanti Gold Sporting Club and Real Tamale United Football Club midfielder David Abagna Sandan joined Al Hilal Omdurman ahead of the 2022/23 season after having an impressive 2021/22 season with Real Tamale United Football Club. The 25-year-old attacking midfielder scored nine goals and provided three assists in nineteen matches in the 2021/22 season for Real Tamale United Football Club in the then Betpawa Premier League now Ghana Premier League and scored three goals, provided an assist in eight games in the 2022/23 season before he began his journey in Sudan. He signed three years contract for Al Omdurman and is now loaned to FC Petrocub Hîncești on a year deal.
Also, young striker Seidu Basit who joined the Sudanese Club from Accra Lions Football Club on a three-year deal. The young forward was signed to replace former Bechem United Football Club’s striker Hafiz Wontah Konkoni who failed his medical examination to Al Hilal but he later joined Tanzanian side Young Africans Sporting Club. Seidu Basit will follow his Ghanaian brother also on a year loan deal to Moldova.
FC Petrocub Hîncești and Al Hilal Omdurman signed a partnership agreement and as part of the agreement, there will be more player and technical team swap between both parties. FC Petrocub Hîncești are currently second in the Moldova Super League while in Sudan, their league is put on hold due to internal war in the country.