Dolphins recapture Ivorien-born midfielder Alhassane Dosso

The Pride of Rivers say they have recaptured their prodigal midfielder with roots from Cote'd Ivoire after 9 years abroad with three unsuccessful seasons in Norway
Dolphins have confirmed the return of midfielder Alhassane Dosso to the club ahead of the 2013/14 Nigeria Premier League season.

The Ivorian rejoins Dolphins from Norway after three seasons in Port Harcourt in which he won the FA Cup twice.

Dosso moved to Sharks and then had a five year stint in Norway with Lillestrom where he managed just twelve games in 2009/10 football season.

He moved to Strommen on loan in 2010 and played twenty four games in his one year with them before moving to Kongsvinger where he had forty eight games in three seasons.

“I decided to return to Dolphins where I started my career outside Ivory Coast,” Dosso said.

“I believe I still have something to offer to them and I will give my best.

“I remember good times I had with this club like getting to the final of the CAF Confederation Cup in 2005 and winning the FA Cup twice with the team in 2006 and 2007.

“I believe if we work together like we did back in those days, we can return this club to winning ways,” Dosso said.

The Pride of Rivers will no doubt have their ranks boosted with Dosso’s return after they already has Emeka Atuloma and other new boys, Victor Alegbe from Wikki Tourists and Adamu Tijani from Kaduna United.