Former Golden Eaglets star Amoo joins Cypriot club, Omonia Nicosia
Omonia Nicosia, a Cypriot First Division team, has announced the acquisition of Nigerian forward
Amoo transferred from the Danish team FC Copenhagen to Omonia Nicosia.
The 21-year-old recently committed to the Cypriot team under a three-year contract.
In January 2022, the former Golden Eaglets star moved from Hammarby, Sweden, to Copenhagen.
Amoo struggled with injuries and off-field issues, but he still managed to make four appearances for Copenhagen across all competitions.
When he plays for Omonia Nicosia, the player will be looking to restart his career.
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Pictures: Victorious Golden Eaglets return from WAFU U17 tourney
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