Former Be Forward Wanderers forward, Jabulani Linje, is relishing his moments with Yokohama Sports and Culture Club FC after making his debut for the Japanese League-3 outfit on Saturday.
Linje’s club beat Fukushima 3-0 and he was introduced in the second-half of the game.
In a telephone interview from Japan, Linje said playing for Yokohama for the first time was an honour for him.
“You always remember the first time. I remember the first boots I ever got, and now the first professional game. Players dream of playing professional football and I am no different.
“I want to improve my performance at club level so that I can get more game-time. Making my debut for Yokohama is an honour and a privilege. It felt remarkable to don Yokohama’s colours. It was a dream come true,” Linje said.
Linje’s club is on position seven on the log table with eight points, while Fukushima occupy sixth slot with 10 points.
On Saturday, Yokohama will face log leaders, Gainare Tottori, who have 14 points
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