Tag Archives: Abdul Majeed Waris

Waris in FC Porto squad to face Liverpool in UCL on Tuesday


Ghana’s Abdul Majeed Waris and his team mates from FC Porto have traveled to England to face Liverpool in the return leg of their UEFA Champions League Round of 16 tie on Tuesday March 6. Porto need to produce a miracle to progress to the quarter final of the competition after losing 5-0 at home in the first leg. The ...

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Majeed Waris eager to ‘fight’ for FC Porto


Ghana forward, Abdul Majeed Waris, says he is very willing to put in the needed hard work to succeed at FC Porto during his loan spell. Waris joined the team last Friday from French side, Lorient, until the end of the season. He had been targeted by several sides including Burnley, West Ham and Caen but it was the 2004 ...

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Waris joins FC Porto on loan


Black Stars forward, Abdul Majeed Waris, has joined Portuguese side, FC Porto, on loan from Lorient until the end of the season. The player completed the move after going through his medical on Friday. He had landed in Porto earlier in the day. The club confirmed the news via the Twitter handle on Friday evening. Bem-vindo M. Waris 🔵⚪️#FCPorto #Waris ...

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Waris in Portugal for Porto medical

Waris (in black hood) in Porto for medical

Ghana forward Majeed Waris has been spotted in Portugal ahead of his proposed move to giants FC Porto. Citi Sports earlier this week reported that the 26 year old Lorient man had rejected a loan deal to French Ligue 1 side Caen due to his desire to play in the UEFA Champions League which Porto offered. Waris is reportedly set ...

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Waris to reject Caen move in favour of Porto switch


FC Lorient forward Majeed Waris looks set to snub a move to French Ligue 1 side Caen in favour of a move to Portuguese giants Porto. Caen and Lorient have reportedly agreed a loan deal for the Ghana international, but Porto are reportedly still in the hunt for the player. According to reports in Ouest France, Porto’s offer for the ...

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Caen target Lorient’s Majeed Waris


French Ligue 1 side, Caen, have made Ghana forward Majeed Waris one of their top targets for the January transfer window according to reports from L’Equipe. The French side who  have struggled for goals this season managing only  12 times in their 19 matches so far, have turned their attention towards the 26 year old explosive forward who is currently ...

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Avram Grant disrespected me- Abdul Majeed Waris

Ghana striker Abdul Majeed Waris

Black Stars forward Abdul Majeed Waris has admitted that he felt insulted after his omission from the final squad for the 2017 AFCON in Gabon earlier this year. Waris was given a late call-up into the provisional squad ahead of the tournament before being shockingly left out of the final squad by then head coach Avram Grant. The forward had ...

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Waris goals make Ligue 1 Best Goals compilation


Ghana’s Abdul Majeed Waris’s goal scoring exploits have been recognised by the French Ligue 1 via a compilation of the league’s best goals from the just-ended season. The official Ligue 1 website picked each team’s best goals in the season and two of Waris’ goals were picked as best three strikes for Lorient. Waris’ goals against Angers and Lyon were ...

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Waris finds net in Ligue 1 relegation playoff


Ghana’s Abdul Majeed Waris scored for Lorient in their 2-1 loss away to Troyes in the French League relegation playoff on Thursday. Lorient finished 18th on the French League table and they were thrown into the playoff with Troyes who were 3rd in Ligue 2. Lorient conceded first through Stephane Darbion in the 37th minute but Waris responded in the 82nd ...

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Eagles linked with £10m offer for Lorient striker Majeed Waris


Crystal Palace have made a £10m offer for Majeed Waris, according to reports in France. Alan Pardew is clearly seeking more goals having seen his side find the net just once in the opening three matches of the season – the fewest in the Premier League. Palace scored just 39 goals last season – only bottom club Aston Villa scored fewer ...

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