The left-footed winger reveals to Goal.com that he has agreed with his Slovakian outfit MFK Ruzomberok to sign for the Vietnam side on 6 monthsKenyan forward Patrick Oboya has confirmed a temporary switch to Vietnam is on the offing.
The left-footed winger has witnessed little game time at current Slovakian outfit MFK Ruzomberok, a team he joined at the beginning of this year following the expiry of his contract at Czech side Said Most.
"Yes, I am joining Binh Dinh FC in Vietnam. The move has been arranged by my club who want me to earn playing time," Oboya confirmed to Goal.com.
"Its a very lucrative deal with a sign on fee, plus the team will pay my full salary for the whole duration. My association (with the team) is 6 months but can be extended to one year if I impress."
Found in 1975, Oboya’s new club is based in Quy Nhon, and features in the second tier of Vietnamese football, the Vietnamase First Division. The team’s stadium is Quy Nhon Stadium, which has a capacity of 25,000.
The 25 year-old adds that he hopes this move will reignite his playing career that has been cut shot by a series of niggling injuries.
The former Tusker and AFC Leopards players has recently lost his place in the national team squad to Paul Were.