- Abam has left the Swedish giants less than six months after linking up from Houston Dash
- Things never fell in place for Abam and Linköping
- The US-born Cameroon international is a free agent and can join any club of her choice
Cameroonian forward Michaela-Batya Bisi Abam has left Swedish women’s top-flight side Linköping football club after reaching an agreement to terminate her contract less than a year after joining the club.
The 26-year-old former Sky Blue FC, Paris FC and Real Betis forward joined the Swedish giants in April this year from Houston Dash after agreeing a two-year contract.
Unfortunately, the US born-Camerooonian couldn’t see-out the contract per her confirmation via a social media outing this Thursday.
“My time at Linköping has been short but nonetheless I am grateful for the experience,” Abam stated, before showering praises on her club collaborators during her time in Sweden.
“The culture and support that lies within the group of women I had the privilege of sharing the pitch with is truly special and something I will cherish,” the forward that made 95 appearances for The West Virginia Mountaineers in a five-year stint added.
Abam made nine appearances for the Swedish club and never hit the ground running, thus explaining her unceremonious exit.
Her departure from the Swedish club leaves her as a free agent, opened to new opportunities from other employers.
It’s only a matter of time before the Texas-born forward finds a new club as both her status as a Cameroon international, her knowhow and her experience is just what any ambitious club will go for.
In the international scene, Abam was a part of the Cameroon squad at the 2019 FIFA World Cup in France plus the 2018 and 2022 Women’s Africa Cup of Nations (AWCON) in Ghana and Morocco respectively.
She has scored six goals in 19 caps for the Indomitable Lionesses of Cameroon, dating back from her debut against Côte D’Ivoire in the build up to the 2018 AWCON.
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