Cameroon international Ngah Ronald Wanja has joined Qatari second tier championship side Al Khor, the club announced on Tuesday.
The former Cotonsport forward joins from Malaysian side Kedah Darul on a one-year-deal renewable.
Noted for his killer instincts in the final third, Ngah is considered by many as the impact addition that could turn things around for the Club keen on a return to the top-flight.
Ngah, 31, will bring a bag of experience to coach….team. He has had stints on the books of Al Qadsia, Smouha, Al Salt and Mount Cameroon FC during a career that has taken him from Cameroon to Kuwait, Egypt, Jordan.
The native from Tiko in Southwest Cameroon has represented his country at age group stages but still running after his first cap for the Indomitable Lions though he played for the intermediate Lions and scored in the past.
Al Khor will be a different proposition if they provide Ngah the enabling conditions to perform as in the past.
Al-Khor are leaders of the Qatari first division with 15 points from their opening six games this season.
Ngah could make his debut for the club in match day seven as they travel to face Al Kharaitiyat.
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