England’s League One side Bury have confirmed that they have completed the signing of Afghanistan midfielder Maz Kouhyar who is set to be a great addition to the team. The midfielder has signed from fellow league rivals Walsall after initially starting out his career at Coventry City. Following his exit from Coventry, he then moved to Walsall where he was able to make as many as 21 appearances for the club in the League One between 2016 and 2019.



However, he has not had the best of lucks with injury and missed over a year of action (18 months) due to an ACL injury he sustained. However, he has recovered from his injury and has returned to action this season. He has played in up to six games so far this campaign after initially making the bench against Woking on his debut.

The 23-year-old is the first Afghanistan player that will play for Bury in the club’s history, and there are hopes that he will make his time at the club worth the while. He is already getting a lot of praise and hype by the club’s fans and the manager prior to his debut, and they are all hoping that he can perform up to expectations and reach the heights they have already set for him.

His work rate on the pitch has been hailed as a highly professional one and according to his new manager, it’s one of the reasons they decided to sign him. He also has a couple of other characteristics that make him a decent midfielder, including a good passing vision, his tenacity, his ability to win the ball back, and of course, an eye for goal.

In his previous season, he played in 25 games for Walsall and was able to have a hand in 10 goals, scoring five and registering five assists in the process. Following the transfer he expressed his delight at the club’s decision to trust him and sign him, insisting that he will do everything possible to repay the faith.

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