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Ternana terminates Momo Sissoko contract after 25 days
Former Liverpool and Juventus star Momo Sissoko had his contract terminated by Ternana Calico after playing for less than one month with the Italian second-tier.
The Malian midfielder joined the Serie B club on February 21 on a free transfer move till the end of the season. Sissoko was signed to help the Italian outfit avoid relegation after a short Asian spell with Indian side FC Pune City.
Problems are believed to have developed after the team’s coach wanted to name Sissoko as a sub for Sunday’s clash with Trapani. The club’s sporting director Danilo Pagni acknowledged that Ternana had concerns regarding the player’s attitude. “He is intolerant to the technical choices made by manager Fabio Liverani,” said Pagni.
The international Malian is now back to the market again after playing one match with his tenth club.