Wat Brahma will play football for FC Twenty20 for at least another year. The 34-year-old captain signed a contract on Friday that will definitely link him with the club from Enshotay until the summer of 2022. The midfielder has so far played in 377 official matches for FC Twenty20 and scored eleven times.
“I’m looking forward to a new season at the club. The supporters are back on the field, and I look forward to it being a great season. I’m fit, I want to be important to the team next season,” he said. Brahma on the Twente site.
Technical Director John Strewer is pleased to have Brahma stay. “With his experience and football qualities, Wood is an important link in the selection, so we’re glad he’s back next season. He started his production a week ago. It shows his attitude and motivation for the new season.”
Brahma, who made his debut for the first team in 2005, enjoyed all of FC Twenty20’s best wins by winning the national title, the KNVP Cup and the Johann Grozf level twice. In the fall of 2014, the midfielder was transferred to PEC Svoll and to FC Utrecht in early 2017. After a brief stint in Australia with the Central Coast Mariners, Brahma returned to Enshot in 2018 after being ousted by FC Twenty20.
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