Ghana striker, Bernard Arthur has talked about his experience at Albanian club, FK Apolonia.
The 24-year-old joined the Albanian top flight side in September, 2020 as a free agent.
He was however departing the side just in nine months following a misunderstanding with a member of the club’s technical team.
The former Liberty Professionals forward does not regret his brief stay at the club but believes it was a worthwhile experience.
“[My stay at Apolonia] was great but unfortunately had a misunderstanding with one of the technicals, so was on suspension,” Bernard Arthur told Africa-Foot.com.
“[No no] it’s good to experience everything where ever the game takes you.” Bernard Arthur told Africa-Foot.com.
Arthur had his formative years at the then Feyenoord now WAFA.
His football journey continued at Dansoman based Liberty Professionals for years before joining Tanzanian club, Azam fc.
“Manucho” as he is fondly called by football fans left the Tanzanian outfit after the expiration of his deal.
He later signed for Algerian side Aïn M’lila before a move to Hearts of Oak under former coach, Kim Grant.