Fatau Dauda has completed a move to Enyimba International in the Professional Football League (NPFL)
The 31-year-old goalie has put pen to paper, after agreeing personal terms with the club in a deal that will tie him for a two-year period, confirmed by Supersport.com.
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Fatau Dauda, following an impressive Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) campaign in 2013 joined Orlando Pirates, but he failed to secure a starting place in the team and despite joining Chippa United on loan, he couldn't rise up to the occasion in the Premier Soccer League (PSL) in South Africa.
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He returned to his former Ghanaian side AshGold and relaunch his career and also helped them to win their first league title in 19 years. But decide to move on after two seasons with the Miners.
Fatau Dauda at the moment has lost his position in the Black Stars and joining Enyimba would be an opportunity to fight for a place in Avram Grant's team.
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Enyimba International are two times champions of Africa, but they couldn't finish in the top four of the Nigerian top-flight league last season.