Midfielder Moses Opondo joins new club in Denmark

Moses Opondo (Photo/Lars Ronbog)


Ugandan offensive midfielder Moses Opondo has joined Danish second tier club AC Horsens on loan from topflight club Odense BK.

Opondo will play for AC Horsens till the end of the season having signed a short term loan deal.

He is expected to have more playing time having managed to play 13 of the 17 league games Odense BK have played so far this season.

He scored one goal against AGF Arhus and registered two assists in the 13 games he has featured in.

Opondo was born in Kibuli Hospital 24 years ago before he left the country for Denmark with his mother Nuliat Namagembe while aged four years.

He has played for Uganda Cranes on two occasions with the first one coming under Sebastien Desabre against Niger in a three nations tournament held in Niger in 2018.

He made his second appearance as Uganda beat Ethiopia 1-0 in a friendly game in 2019 under coach Johnathan McKinstry.

Opondo has in the past played for Aalborg BK and Vendsyssel FC from where he crossed over to Odense BK in 2019.

He also played for community clubs Skagen IK and Bangsbofreja in the early days.

Robert Kakeeto, another Denmark based Ugandan midfielder currently plays for Skive IK in the third tier on loan from topflight side Aalborg BK.

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