Will of with dane after just half a year

In the summer, the Danish midfielder Younes Namli to the Russian team FK Krasnodar, and the former AB-talent signed a contract until the summer of 2023. After

Will of with dane after just half a year

In the summer, the Danish midfielder Younes Namli to the Russian team FK Krasnodar, and the former AB-talent signed a contract until the summer of 2023. After

Ann McDonald
Ann McDonald
08 November 2019 Friday 07:00
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Will of with dane after just half a year

In the summer, the Danish midfielder Younes Namli to the Russian team FK Krasnodar, and the former AB-talent signed a contract until the summer of 2023.

After only a half year in the club will FK Krasnodar, however, with the dane. It will write the great Russian sportsmedie Championship.

the 25-year-old Younes Namli got plenty of playing time in the Russian club at the beginning of the season, but quietly he slid out of the bench. As late as Thursday evening as Younes Namli all 90 minutes from the sidelines, since FK Krasnodar defeated Trabzonspor 3-1 in the Europa League group stage.

In total, Younes Nami got playing time in 16 matches for FK Krasnodar, which, after all, may be said to be a part, but according to the Russian media is dane one of the four players who have been told they can leave the club. The other three are brazilian midfielder Kaio Pantaleao, the two Jon Gudni Fjoluson and Cristian Ramirez from Ecuador.

Younes Namli trains from AB to Heerenveen in 2015, and he has also tørnet out for PEC Zwolle in the Dutch league.

FK Krasnodar is in fourth place in the Russian league.

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Updated: 08.11.2019 07:00
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