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Red Star Belgrade hail Richmond Boakye’s scoring record

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Graeme Jackson

Saturday Oct 28, 2017. 14:00


Serbian giants Red Star Belgrade have hailed Ghanaian Richmond Boakye after he became the club’s highest scoring foreign player of all time.

The 24-year-old netted in a SuperLiga match against Spartak Subotica in midweek to rack up his 29th goal in Red Star colours.

The Ghanaian’s goal tally has arrived in just 40 matches since joining the team in January 2017.

And the Belgrade club have praised Boakye’s impact at the club, putting the following post up on their official Twitter account:

”Congratulations, you became a part of our history! @Boakye_Yiadom9…..29 goals for #fkcz.”

Boakye will look to continue his scoring form when Red Star play Zemun in an away league clash tomorrow afternoon.

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Uganda’s Aucho leaves Red Star Belgrade – 2019 Africa Cup of Nations Qualifiers

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Uganda's Aucho leaves Red Star Belgrade

Khalid Aucho of Uganda challenged by Mohamed Elneny of Egypt during the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations Finals football match between Egypt and Uganda

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Phumzile Ngcatshe

Tuesday Aug 08, 2017. 13:30


Latest information surrounding the future of Ugandan midfielder Khalid Aucho is that he has parted ways with Serbian side Red Stars Belgrade.

Reports reveal that the Cranes international has confirmed parting ways with the Serbian top division side after the club failed to honour the contract.

The 24-year-old joined the club on a six-month deal in February this year as a free agent from South Africa’s Baroka FC.

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Aucho previously played for Gor Mahia and cited non payment of salary as one of the reasons for his decision not to renew his stay.

“I and my agent have decided to terminate the contract because they are not working according to the details of the contract,” said the player to Soka25East.

“We have dragged them to court – demanding my pay arrears.”

On the other hand, the player lamented racism in the country, but believes the city of Belgrade is one of the best in the world.

Although he is undecided about his future, Aucho does not rule out returning to Gor Mahia, but is closely evaluating offers already on the table.

“I love Gor Mahia, but now I’m weighing the options I already have.”

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