The Invincible Eleven (IE) and Nimba United Midfielder left the country earlier this year for tryout with French League Two Club Tour FC and the lad dream of playing at the top level is coming to past.
Scleam Sholee Quiah has expressed delight over the trend his career is taking, but believes there is still a long way to go.
“Deco”, as he is affectionately called, completed a tryout with French League Two Club Tours FC earlier this year, but could not feature for the Club in the French League this season due to documents problem.
The 18-year-old attacker was loaned to Union sportive de Tataouine in the Tunisian Ligue Professionnelle 1 to further develop and the inspirational winger has since established himself in the club’s squad.
The lad was part of the Tataunie squad that lost 2-1 away to Étoile du Sahel on Sunday, October 16, 2016.
Union sportive de Tataouine is based in the city of Tataouine in the south of the country. Founded in 1996, the team plays in red and blue colors. The home ground is "Stade Nejib Khattab".
Their 2016–17 season will be their first ever in the Tunisian Ligue Professionnelle 1.
“I am delighted with the level of progress I am making, even though I am not satisfied yet, but I know greater thing is still ahead. “It was difficult going through a tryout, but everything went all right and I am following up my career in Tunisia,” the youngster.
Sholee audition trip to France was made possible by his local manager, former Deputy Youth and Sports Minister Marbu Richard in collaboration with Kerkulah Kamara’s of Balawala International.
He began his career in Kakata City with Millennium Star. He moved to Monrovia and joined LISCR FC in 2010.
The promising young winger joined ELWA United on loan from LISCR FC where he found playing time difficult in 2011 and made his stay permanent in 2012 and his glittering show with the Faith-based Club caught the attention of IE.
The Sunshine Yellow Boys moved in quickly to secure the player and he delivered the needed results which saw him gained promotion to the U23 National Team.
He became a star player at IE where he helped the Club escaped relegation in 2013-2014.Quiah also engineered IE survival in the 2014-2015 season.
Due to the Yellow Boys failure to compete in just ended National League, Quiah moved to Nimba United on a one year loan deal at the beginning of this season, before departing for France.
He was one of the top-rated young players in the Country prior to his departure.
He realized his dream of playing at the top level, as he was part of the Nimba United squad that was knockout of the CAF Champions League earlier this year by Union de Duala of Cameroon.