The Cape Coast Mysterious Ebusua Dwarfs is a Ghanaian professional football club based in Cape Coast. The club that competes in the Ghana Premier League has signed Japanese striker, Jindo Morishita to the club. The team is represented in the Premier division on the Ghanaian football pyramid, and holds home games at Cape Coast Sports Stadium.
Dwarfs have been poor in the ongoing season, sitting 9th on the league with 23 points after 17 matches played. The current manager of the team is Ernest Thompson Quartey. Due to the poor performance of the team, the team management has signed a new Japanese player by name Jindo Morishita on a year deal.
The deal was announced by the hierarchy of the club on Monday at Cape Coast. He is expected to team up with his teammates for them to get to know him more and strengthen their relationship with him.
Morishita becomes the first Japanese player to join the elite league in Ghana.
The 23-year-old has however also played in the Zambian topflight.
It is immediately not known what informed the decision of the former Maestro United player to join Ebusua Dwarfs.
However, he becomes the second Japanese to join the league after the adventures of former Hearts of Oak coach, Kenichi Yatsuhashi.
However, Ebusua Dwarfs will expect Jindo to showcase his football skills, score goals and also help the team in winning matches and achieving its goals.
Jindo Morishita is a high class player who performs excellently in the field of play and Ebusua Dwarfs knows he is going to bring something good into the team.
We all welcome Jindo Morishita to Ebusua Dwarfs and Ghana in general and hope that he has a fruitful stay in the team.