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Sadat Karim: Ex-Hearts of Oak striker joins Saudi Arabian club Qaisumah FC

Sadat Karim joins Saudi Arabian club Qaisumah FC

Former Hearts of Oak forward Sadat Karim has completed a move to Saudi Arabian side Qaisumah FC.

The 31-year old has signed for the Saudi first division side after leaving Greek outfit Apollon Symrnis in the summer transfer window.

“The Swedish striker Sadat Karim (Lightning) is the last to arrive in the ranks of the Red Battalion.. Enlighten us,” wrote the club on social media, confirming the arrival of the winger.

His addition comes as huge boost to Qaisumah FC who are eager to secure promotion to the Saudi Pro League next season.

Sadat Karim has spent most of his career in Sweden, playing for BW 90, Landskrona and Halmstads BK.

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He started his career at local club Kumasi Barcelona Babies F.C in Kumasi.

Karim started playing football at the age of 7 at Kumasi Barcelona Football Club, a team good for player development in Kumasi. He then moved to King Faisal Babes FC at the age of 17 while still at High School.

He has formerly played for Berekum Chelsea, Real Tamale United, King Faisal, Inter Allies, Hearts of Oak and AshantiGold SC all in Ghana.

Sadat Karim has also played for foreign clubs like BW 90 IF, Landskrona, KSF Prespa Birlik, Halmstads BK and Apollon Smyrnis.

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