Sierra Leone and Fc Johansen attacking midfielder, Kwame Quee has completed a two-year loan deal with Iceland Úrvalsdeild karla (Pepsi-deild karla) top league side, Viking Ólafsvík.
“Viking Football Ólafsvík has agreed with Kwame Quee to play with the team this summer. Kwame comes from the African country of Sierra Leone, where he plays for FC Johansen. He was born in 1996 and plays as an attacking midfielder. Despite his young age he has played 12 times for the senior Sierra Leone, team” the club official statement reads.
In June 2016, Quee together with three others; Christian Moses, Mohamed Kamara and Yeami Dunia all underwent trials with Denmark Superliga side Randers FC but after weeks of training Randers manager said they lacked a little too much to play a part for them in the Superliga. The quartets were later shipped out to FC Roskilde in the hope of a future in Danish football.
With a new assignment, Quee’s agent who helped push through a loan deal, Chernor Musa Jalloh believes the lad can contribute greatly towards the success of the Iceland team this season.
“I have no doubt on his quality and believe he can make good use of this opportunity to prove his quality as promising player,” Jalloh said.
Quee is expected to make his debut for Víkingur Ólafsvík in Sunday’s away match to Grindavík at the Grindavíkurvöllur ground.
Víkingur, also known as Víkingur Ólafsvík, is an Icelandic football club from the town of Ólafsvík located on the west coast of Iceland situated on the western end of the Snæfellsnes. They played in the Úrvalsdeild, the Icelandic top tier, for the first time in 2013.
By: Sahr Morris Jr.