Uiseb signs with Al-Tahaddi

Former Brave Warriors forward Terdius ‘Terry’ Uiseb has signed with Libyan Premier League club Al-Tahaddi Sports Club for a season, his representatives from Namibia Football Network announced.

20 October 2021 | Sports

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The 27-year-old Terdius ‘Terry’ Uiseb possesses a deadly left foot and is great in the air. He was the MTC Premier League top goal scorer back in 2015, attracting interest from South African Soweto giants Orlando Pirates – the club which at the time signed him on a three-year contract.

Uiseb, however, didn’t have the right papers and the foreign quota was full, so he couldn’t feature for the club.

He also played for first division sides Milano Football Club and Stellenbosch in Cape Town, South Africa, before returning to Namibia in 2018, where he played for Tigers and childhood and local club Pirates.

Now he is headed to Libyan Premier League club Al-Tahaddi. The player said he is excited about the opportunity and is looking forward to this new chapter. “There has been lack of active football in Namibia and this hindered my progress and fitness, but I’m confident that I will do well here,” the player said when contacted by Namibian Sun.

“The players and staff members of the club gave me a warm welcome and made me feel at home during my first training session,” he added.

Focused on scoring

When asked about his plans for the season, he said he is focused on getting to the top of his game and scoring goals for his club.

“The set-up here is very professional and the team is well organised. All I have to do is bring my part. I love scoring goals; that’s the only thing that makes me happy. Success for me here will determine a lot.

“I want to get back into the national team and be able to help my country again. I’m mentally fit and my game has matured, so I’m ready for any challenge,” he added.

Al-Tahaddi is currently in pre-season and the Libyan League is expected to start mid-November.

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