All of the ‘Gambia Magic’, who have been active for the past 3 seasons at Jeonbuk Hyundai in the professional football K League 1, Barrow (30) will end their companionship and continue a new challenge. He made his nest in Saudi Arabia’s professional soccer team Al Ahli (Part 2).
Al-Ahli said on the club’s official website on the 17th (Korean time), “We recruited Barrow, a winger from Gambia who played in Jeonbuk, to reinforce the first-team squad. All contract procedures have been completed. We welcome the newcomer.” announced.
Barrow stepped onto the K-League stage in July 2020 wearing a Jeonbuk uniform. Immediately after the transfer, he established himself as the starting pitcher and played an outstanding role based on his fast speed, reckless dribbling breakthrough, and sharp crosses while going back and forth on the left and right sides.안전놀이터
He actually scored 28 goals and 17 assists in 90 career games (57 starts) over the past three seasons. During this period, he won two consecutive K-League 1 titles (2020 and 2021) and reached the top of the Korea Football Association (FA) Cup twice (2020 and 2022).
Amidst his great success, Bao Woo has been receiving attention from several clubs since last year. After struggling with staying and transferring, I finally took on a new challenge and wore the Al-Ahli uniform. It is the first time in his entire career that he plays in the Middle East.
Meanwhile, Al Ahli once had a reputation as a prestigious club, including four championships in the Saudi Professional League (Part 1), but suffered the humiliation of being demoted for the first time in the 2021-2022 season. As of this season, they are in 4th place (28 points) in the Saudi First Division League (second division).