FK Jagodina release Ghana’s Francis Bossman

The Serbian FA Cup holders have released the Ghana midfielder just seven months after signing him
Serbian Super Liga side Fudbalski Klub Jagodina have released Ghana midfielder Francis Jojo Bossman just seven months after signing him from Azerbajaini club Ravan Baku.

The 29-year-old was handed a one-and-a-half year deal by the Serbian side but knee injuries have hampered his progress, allowing him to make only one appearance for the club.

Goal Ghana understands Bossman is not in the official team list of FK Jagodina for the new season with the club bringing in new players including Milos Nunkovic from Dynamo Kyiv and Sheffield’s Nejc Peknik.
The former Accra Hearts of Oak player made name with another Serbian side Slobodan Uzice from 2010 to 2012 playing 38 times and scoring once. He is likely to make a return there.

He won the Serbian Cup with Jagodina despite being sidelined by injury and has previously won the Ghanaian league four times with the Phobians and also the Caf Confederations Cup.