Kazma SC of the Kuwaiti Premier League announced the signing of exciting Nigerian midfielder Omoh Michael on Wednesday for an undisclosed fee.
Omoh spent last season with Romanian Liga 1 club Farul Constanta before joining Kazma on a free transfer.
Kazma was founded in 1964 and has won the Gulf Club Champions Cup twice, in 1986 and 1995, with their most recent successes coming in the 2015/16 and 2017/18 seasons, when they also won the Kuwait Federation Cup.
Omoh began his career at local side Gateway FC in 2008, before he moved to Dalkurd in Sweden in 2011.
The 30-year-old would go on to play for other Swedish sides Ostersunds, Orebro and Mjallby on loan, before switching to Romania’s Politehnica Iasi in 2020.
He’s also played for Israeli sides Hapoel Kfar Saba and Maccabi Ahi Nazareth and Academica Clinceni (Romania).
According to Omoh’s manager Kennedy Adeborioye, the creative midfielder had several offers from Asia and Europe during the off-season, but opted to join Kazma
“He had several offers from Saudi Arabia, UAE, Qatar, Oman and Vietnam, and even from Romanian clubs like Cluj and FC Botosani but he turned them down,” Adeborioye, popularly known as Boboye, told PUNCH Sports Extra.
“He choose Kazma because of their terms of contract and the club’s manager has already spoken to him about his plans for him. That’s why he choose Kuwait ahead of the other offers.”
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