Almere City takes over Michael Woud permanently from Willem II. The goalkeeper will play on hire this season with number two in the Cooking Champion division and is making an excellent impression with the coaching staff Ole Tobiasen.
Woud, 22, signs contract with Almere until mid-2024, announces the club via official channels. The closing post arrived at the club at the start of this season and quickly became a baseman. “Michael has developed well since coming to Almere,” said Almere City technical director Teun Jacobs in reaction to the club’s website.
“With his reliable performances he has become a valued player on and off the lines. Jacobs.
Born in New Zealand, Woud played for Wanderers SC in his homeland before moving to Sunderland, England. In 2018 he made his debut for the New Zealand national team and left for Willem II.
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