Ħamrun Spartans have announced that striker Jorge Ailton Soares, aka Dodo, will not be extending his stay at the club.
The Cape Verde forward’s contract with the newly-crowned Malta champions expired at the end of the season and the Spartans have decided not to offer a new deal to the player.
The 32-year-old joined the Spartans in season 2019-20 and enjoyed a sparkling first season which saw him play a key role in helping the Spartans win the Premier League title.
Dodo continued to play a key role for the Spartans and last season he again played a key part in the Spartans’ historic run in the UEFA Conference League which saw them eliminate more high-profile opponents in Alashkert, of Armenia, Velez Mostar, of Bosnia Herzegovina, and Bulgarian giants Levski Sofia.
Added to that, he was also a key component in Branko Nisevic’s team that secured a ninth Premier League title in an emphatic manner.
In fact, Dodo made 22 appearances for the Spartans, netting three goals.
During his stay in Malta, Dodo has made 76 appearances, scoring 22 goals and providing 32 assists.
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