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Benjamin Canes can from today call themselves Vålerenga-player. The attacker leaving Randers FC, where he only played five matches this season, and with whom he lifted the contract to get home to Norway.
It had, however, not needed to be a permanent change. Vålerenga tried to rent the Sticks, but he thanked himself no to. It tells Vålerenga-trainer Day-Eilev Fagermo on his club's website.
instead got the Canes a short konktrakt for the rest of the 2020.
- Benjamin had a big desire to play for Vålerenga. In addition to go down dramatically in salary, he has also refused for several other clubs that have offered him longer contracts. When he has the hunger after to play here for the year, I'm really happy that we got it to succeed, says head coach Fagermo.
the 29-year-old Canes has previously played for klubberneTønsberg, Sandefjord, Mjøndalen, Kristiansund BK and Randers. Now he turns back to his hometown of Olso, norway, where Vålerenga belongs to.
- It feels great. I have been waiting here for some time, so it must be good to get started, says Stokke.
- It is a big club, and you should not consider it in a long time, when one gets to know that Vålerenga are interested.
this allows the Oslo-club write even a former League-playing on holdkortet. The list count in advance Adam Larsen Kwarasey (Brøndby IF), Johan Lædre Bjørdal (AGF), Magnus Lekven (Esbjerg fB) and Herolind Shala (Lyngby BK).
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