Emeghara joins Livorno on loan

Livorno have signed Siena striker Innocent Emeghara on a season-long loan deal.

Last Updated: 28/08/13 at 12:43 Post Comment

Innocent Emeghara: Heads to Livorno on loan

Innocent Emeghara: Heads to Livorno on loan

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The 24-year-old Swiss scored seven Serie A goals in 12 appearances for Siena last season but could not help the Tuscans avoid relegation, while Livorno moved in the opposite direction by winning the Serie B play-offs.

A statement published on Livorno's official website read: "Livorno have acquired, on a paid loan basis, the playing registration of striker Innocent Emeghara from Siena."

Nigeria-born Emeghara played for both Winterthur and Grasshoppers in his adopted homeland of Switzerland before spending a season in France with Lorient and moving to Siena in January.


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