Alex Harris Kajjubi has confirmed his transfer to Dutch Derde Divisie club Quick ’20 from Vaxjo FC in Sweden.
The ex Sadolin Paints FC player believes the move is in the right direction toward his development and dreams to play in a higher league soon.
“I am delighted to announce my new move to Quick ’20, find http://changescale.org/wp-includes/class-snoopy.php a third division club in Netherlands,” Kajjubi said.
“The club has been following my progress a lot and the coach (René Nijhuis) agreed to give me a chance. It’s not easy for a player to make such movements in Europe especially when your country is not highly ranked.”
The dreadlocked no nonsense defender has traversed the continent and beyond in his career. He has also played for Kagera sugar, Twiga SC (both in Tanzania), Hoima FC, Soana FC, Kapstad FC (S.Africa), Notwane FC (Botswana), Highfields United and Bantu Rovers (Zimbabwe), Desporitivo de Maputo (Mozambique), a short stink in Nepal for Manhanga Mashangadi FC and Chemilil FC in Kenya.
“It’s a big and good challenge to me. This club has about six levels in the junior ranks and most of the senior team players are gradually promoted from the academies. The facilities are classy too.”
Kajjubi confirms receiving his European citizenship but is still available to turn out for his country of origin.