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OFFICIAL: Smouha complete signing of journeyman striker Komazec

OFFICIAL: Smouha complete signing of journeyman striker Komazec


Smouha have completed the signing of Serbian forward from Hong Kong’s South China on a free transfer.

Smouha have been keen to strengthen their strike-force after a dismal season for the Blues. They finished fifth in the Premier League and were knocked out from the semi-finals of Egypt Cup by Al Ahly.

The Egyptian side will become the Serbian’s ninth club after playing in Serbia, Romania, Slovenia, Thailand, Bosnia and Herzegovina, South Korea, Norway, Gerogia and Hong Kong.

The Serbian journeymen brings a wealth of experience to the Alexandrian club and will replace top scorer Ahmed Raouf, who joined Wadi Degla a few days ago.

Komazec becomes Smouha’s fifth major summer signing after Tarek Taha, Mossad Awad, Walid Hassan and Nasser Maher, who joined on loan from Al Ahly.

The 29-year-old began his career with Serbian side Hadjuk Kula, playing for them from 2005 until 2011. He scored 16 goals in 101 matches during his six years at the club. He then moved to Romania’s FC Petrolul Ploiești, where he made 16 appearances and scored three goals.

In the summer of 2012, the Serbian was on the move again and joined Slovenian side NK Maribor. He featured for them in the UEFA Champions League qualifying rounds as well as the Europa League, scoring just three goals in 21 appearances.

Komazec had a brief stint at Thailand’s Suphanburi, before he joined Bosnia’s Sarajevo, where he had his best days scoring 13 goals in 17 matches, but that didn’t stop him from joining another club. He represented Busan IPark of South Korea and Norway’s FK Haugesund, who loaned him out to Thai side Pattaya United.

His last two clubs were Georgian side FC Dinamo Batumi and Hong Kong’s South China and he impressed for the latter by scoring 15 goals and assisting further three in 25 appearances.

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