Ex-Asante Kotoko keeper Annan Felix has seal a move to US lower division side Maryland Bob Cats FC.
He signed a year deal with the club after joining on a free transfer.
“I Am Very Happy And Excited To Announce My New Home For 2022. The Project & Foundation Of This Club Made Me Sign Because I Want To Help This Ambitious Club To The Top. The Offer And Interest From @MDBobcatsFC Was One I Couldn’t Reject. I Am Fully Focused & Looking Forward To A Great.” Felix confirmed on his official twitter handle.
A comprehensive statement from the New Club reads;
“We are excited to announce the signing of Felix Annan as our new goalkeeper.”
“Annan graduated from Feyenoord Academy (now renamed WAFA SC). He signed for the Kumasi base football Club Asante Kotoko in 2011 at the age of 16 and had been with them for the last decade.”
“With Asante Kotoko, Annan was the captain for the team in the last 3 years until leaving the club after last season cementing himself as a club legend.
He has played at all levels of the National Team in Ghana except for the U-17 and was part of the squad for the Senior National Team (Black Stars) at the African Cup of Nations 2019 In Egypt.
“Annan was able to help bring a lot of trophies to Asante Kotoko, including multiple League Championships, FA Cups, and was named the 2019 Best Goalkeeper at the Ghana Football Awards, was a Best Home-based Player nominee in 2019 at the Ghana Football Awards, and was a Best Male Athlete nominee for the 2019 Ghana SWAG Football Awards, among many others,” the statement added.
The 26-year old spent more than a decade with the Porcupine Warriors having won the Ghana Premier League on three occasions and two FA Cup.