Wout Brama will immediately be back at FC Twente. The 31-year-old has signed a two year contract with an option for another season and continues to even after his career active for the Tukkers.
“It gives a very special feeling to be here again, really is back. It also shows a lot of appreciation and trust that FC Twente after me, my career wants to keep,” says Brama Thursday on the website of the club from the First Division.
The born Almeloër played from 2005 to 2014 also all for Twente, which, in 2010, he won the national championship. Then he stood still under a contract at PEC Zwolle and FC Utrecht, after which he in the summer of 2017 to the Australian Central Coast Mariners departed.
“When I came to Australia, I have said that I would like to move back,” says Brama. “It had to be for me it is all correct, because I had a great my are in Australia. Three weeks ago I had a first conversation with Twente and after that it’s more and more life.”
Brama is the first summer acquisition for Twente, that the recent relegation next season should come out in the First Division. For the midfielder, however, this was not a reason for a return to the old nest.
“That we in the coming season in the First Division play is a downside, nevertheless, has not played a role. We need the club back up to get. That will not one, two, three, and that everyone should realize, but we are going to try hard to struggle.”
Brama has played in his career already 232 league games for Twente, which he in addition to the championship title in 2010, also the KNVB-cup (season 2010/2011) and two times the Johan Cruijff Scale (2010 and 2011) won.