The reason why football clubs part with millions of money in transfer seasons to buy strikers, is because they want someone to score goals.
Nonetheless, Ugandan striker Emmanuel Okwi scored only twice during his two seasons at SønderjyskE FC provoking the Danish Superliga club to terminate his contract impulsively.
You would probably excuse the Ugandan striker for not striking at SønderjyskE FC for two years when the Danish football team swings an axe at his neck; they created all the difficult situations for him, in their top tier championship.
The 24 year old striker played only six games since his arrival in 2015. Four of these games were in the Superligaen and two in the DBU Landspokal cup where he scored only two goals.
Terminating his contract hastily, the club posted on their pages that, “Okwi has not got much playing time with us, and the prospect of more playing time has not improved. We are therefore, by mutual agreement, agreed to end our partnership.”
“SønderjyskE and striker Emmanuel Okwi have decided to terminate his contract on mutual agreement,”
Okwi had signed a five year contract with the Superliga side from Tanzania giants Simba SC in 2015.