Torric Jebrin terminates Bucaspor contract

Torric Jebrin terminates Bucaspor contract [divider]

Torric Jebrin has terminated his contract with Turkish side Bucaspor the club revealed.

Jebrin and his club cancelled his contract by mutual consent after the Ghanian midfielder failed to settle in at the PTT.1 Lig outfit.

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Bucaspor released a statement confirming that Jebrin has parted ways with the club.

The statement read: “Torric has left the club. This is an issue of mistrust between the player’s representatives and the board.

“Despite our commitment and faith to pay him the rest of his entitlement, we could not reach an agreement, leading to the termination of his contract.”

Jebrin began his career at Accra Hearts of Oak Sporting Club and first moved to Turkey in December 2010, signing for Bucasspor.

The 24-year-old signed a two and half year deal with Turkish side Bucaspor where he scored three times in 19 appearances before a controversial move to Trabzonspor in December 2011.

Bucaspor released a statement that Trabzonspor violated transfer regulations and filed a complaint the Turkish Football Federation asking for a transfer ban according to Ghanasoccernet.