After completing a contract with HB Kge ahead of the 2022-23 football season, Lorenzo Gordinho, a defender who formerly played for Kaizer Chiefs, will remain in Denmark. After completing a contract with HB Kge ahead of the 2022-23 football season, Lorenzo Gordinho, a defender who formerly played for Kaizer Chiefs, will remain in Denmark.
Gordinho only recently parted ways with Viborg FF, where he had served as a player for the previous two seasons, when the club decided not to renew his contract.
Even though there was a chance of him going back to South Africa, the central defender chose to remain outside of the country because he believed that was where he was having the most fun playing football.
Now, Gordinho has signed a contract with HB Kge that is good for one and a half years, and he is thrilled to join the team since he was drawn to the club because of what they are attempting to do in the Danish division.
FORMER KAIZER CHIEFS DEFENDER GORDINHO SIGNS WITH NEW DANISH CLUB
I became fascinated in the initiative here and in working with Daniel and the rest of the coaching team at HB Kage from the very first time I heard from the club. According to what Gordinho said on the club's official website, "There is a clear strategy, and I am certain that I can adapt and fit in."
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