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New  entrants, Landskrona are faced with a possible relegation fight in the Superettan but in Sadat Karim, the Swedish second tier side have a gem. The Kumasi born forward represented Accra Hearts of Oak in the 2012/13 Ghana League season.

The player who left Ghanaian league side, Inter Allies after the 2015/16 has grown from season to season. With the passing of every training session, the 26 year old has outclassed his old self by putting his injury scars and scares behind him. The name Karim is sacred to every  BoIS fan.

The forward scored a single goal in his first 11 appearances for Landskrona on loan from Inter Allies in 2014. The forward was then sold to Malmo based club, Prespa Birlik who had seen the good in him during his loan spell in Sweden. He scored 12 times in 25 games in 2016.

He rejoined Landskrona in 2017 where he helped them gain promotion to the  Superettan  by scoring 19 goals in 26 games in the Division One (Sodra). Just like the well traveled myth of the "Tooth Fairy", Sadat's industry has traveled far and near.

Jubilant Karem after scoring for Hearts of Oak 
Urged on by the former succeses of fellow Ghanaian forwards like David Accam and Majeed Warris, Sadat announced his name in the Superettan by scoring a brace as his side won their first game of the season. 

Their quest to gain promotion into the Allsvenskan looks impossible with 9 games left to play. Sadat meanwhile has kept a cool head as he has scored 9 goals and provided 3 assists in 18 starts and one cameo.

On the first Sunday in September, the former R.T.U and Berekum Chelsea player marked his return from a goal drought to get a goal and thus a point for his side at home playing against Norrby. His equalizer for the Striped Ones against Helsingborg in May was a masterpiece.

Topscorer for the club last season and currently the top scorer, Sadat Karim will emerge as a legend of Scania. 
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