Having formerly had spells with Zagłębie Sosnowiec, Legia Warsaw and Górnik Zabrze, Vamara Sanogo has found a new home at Caronnese.
Sanogo was recently unveiled as a new acquisition for the Italian club, Caronnese. The team competed in Serie D in the last season, but suffered relegation. They currently compete in one of the Eccellenza groups, the fifth level of Italian football, where their tally of 28 points puts them in ninth position. Nevertheless, they are just six points off top spot.
“I’ve come to Caronno to rebuild myself and I want to succeed here,” confessed Sanogo. “They reached out to me to help the team achieve its goal of promotion. The challenge seemed interesting and I accepted it.”
The 28-year-old forward has been without a club since July. He had previously turned out for Maltese side, Marsaxlokk. In his stint there, he featured in six league matches and twice on the national cup stage, but failed to find the back of the net even once.
Sanogo’s career has been marked by ups and downs. The Frenchman arrived in Poland in 2016 to join Zagłębie Sosnowiec. He was soon plucked away by Legia Warsaw but made only four appearances for the first team, spending more time at Sosnowiec where he was on loan. However, he can boast of a national championship won with the club from the capital city.
The striker’s career journey then took him to Dinamo Batumi and Górnik Zabrze, and saw him return to Zagłębie. Before his Maltese adventure, he also spent time at Kafr Qasim.