Accused of Fraud by Countless Clubs, Alieu Darbo Becomes Supersonicz Brand Seller

Alieu Darbo has turned brand seller for money-sending and receiving outfit Supersonicz owned by a Gambian.

28 and without a club, the winger and former Gambia youth international is sought-after in his country of birth Sweden with the press often keeping tracks of his every supposed transfer.

Recently, he claimed he had inked a deal with an Arab club but turned out to be too good to be true.

These accusations of fraud have tagged the ex-Le Mans youth team product’s through out his career beginning with his claim of signing a contract with then English Premier League outfit Wigan Athletics in 2013

Wigan were forced to issue a rebuttal coinciding with times that the player was called up for Gambia’s national team under the late Bonu Johnson.

Later, he moved to Dynamo Zagreb of Croatia then Crotone of Italy’s second tier who both had to let him go after getting unimpressed with his performances.

Darbo has now landed a deal hoping to redeem his tainted image by going into branding.

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