Pilsen had high hopes for a summer contract with number thirteen. Boss Adolf Schadek has scored many goals and scored millions in European competition. However, Fortune Bassey (24) finds himself an unwanted player in western Bohemia six months later. West Bohemia has removed the Nigerian forward from their squad for Spain training camp at the last minute, and an early loan termition is being discussed. In the face of numerous breakups, Victoria finds herself in a difficult situation – she has to rely almost exclusively on the art of Tomasz Horé (27).
In the last autumn round of FORTUNA:LIGY he crossed beautifully against Zbrojovka from Brno. Bassey closed the score with a hard pumice and made the score 4:0. A successful shot will most likely remain the first and at the same time the last goal in red and blue colors.
“Even striker Fortune Bassey, whose future is being decided these days, did not go with the team to the training camp in Benidorm,” Pilsen sternly stated on the club’s website why they did not take the striker to Spain. The verdict came at the last moment, the Nigerian striker was still on the list of players who could fit into the squad the day before departure. Bassey also started in the first match against Petřín (3:1), the second match against Pardubice was canceled by the West Bohemians due to the high number of losses.
Why, after six months in Pilsen, they stopped counting on a strong forward? This is the result of many years of dissatisfaction with the striker’s contribution to the team, besides, he did not fit perfectly into the salon. When Victoria bought another handsome Nigerian, twenty-year-old Raffia Durosinmi, on loan with an option from Karvi, everything resulted in the fil instruction that Bassey would remain in Pilsen.
In the summer, West Bohemia took the 24-year-old striker on loan for one year, followed by an option from Ferencváros. Considering that Bassey played in Hungary at the beginning of the current season one league match and three European cup matches, there is not much room for maneuver to change clubs in the winter.