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Coach Wubetu Abate, who previously trained Adama Town, Dedebit, Ethiopian Coffee and the Commercial Bank teams in the Ethiopian Premier League, has moved to the Sudanese side Al Shendi, creating an ideal situation for Ethiopian football players to eye Sudan as a new destination.
The latest player to fly out to Sudan is the former Lideta, Nyala and Electric midfielder, Tafesse Solomon, while negotiations for a move by Dedebit’s Dawit Fekadu is still ongoing.
Many agree that the young and upcoming coach is a restless man looking for new adventures that could help him excel in his profession. After coaching more than five clubs in less than eight years into his career, Wubetu is currently in Sudan as assistant coach to Al Shendi. His presence there appears to have created intense interest among Ethiopian players.
The first to join Al Shendi was National team player and former Dedebit defensive midfielder, Addis Hentsa, who signed a two-year contract reportedly worth USD 80,000 in signing fees and USD 8,000 in monthly salary. Next in line was Ethiopian Premier League season top scorer runner-up, Dawit Fekadu, who netted 21 goals. According to our sources, negotiations for the Dedebit striker have not yet been finalized, but his final destiny is likely to be Al Shendi. In the meantime, free agent Tafesse Solomon left the capital quietly after completing a two-year contract deal with Al Shendi. The midfielder, who is a master of dribbling, is said to have signed a contract worth USD 65,000 in signing fees along with a USD1,800 monthly salary plus accommodations. Tafesse is expected to win over Sudanese fans which are known to love dribblers.
Previously, Yemen used to be the famous destination for Ethiopian players as well as coaches; notable players like Anwar Yassin, Tafesse Tesfaye and Samuel Demissie and Yordanos Abay, who still holds the record for Ethiopian Premier League all-time top scorer and is in Yemen as player-manager, all moved there. The Ethiopian women’s National team coach, Seyoum Kebede, and the current Ethiopian National team coach, Sewnet Bishaw, had resided there at one time or another. Instructor Abraham Mebratu, still coaches the Yemen Olympic team.