Luis completes switch

  • by Staff Writer
  • Monday, 8th August 2011

Luis Boa Morte has completed his move to Greek club Larissa.

The 34-year-old combatative midfielder left West Ham by mutual consent last month, one year into a two-year contract after been told that he was surplus to requirements at the Boleyn Ground.

And according to reports tonight he has finalised his free transfer to the Super League club, who finished just two places above the relegation zone in the First Division last season.

Larissa are currently managed by Chris Coleman, who worked alongside Boa Morte at Craven Cottage in the early noughties. The two played together for two seasons at Fulham before Coleman took the managerial reigns. It was he who sold Boa Morte to West Ham for £5million in January 2007.

The former Portuguese international, who enjoyed a full pre-season at West Ham prior to the decision to allow him to leave was made could go straight into the team when AEL 1964 begin their Super League campaign later this month.

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