Kenyan international striker Emmanuel
Ake jetted out in the afternoon of Tuesday 18 July 2012 headed for Denmark
where he hopes to continue with his club career.
Searching for a new club
Towards the end of March this year, Ake who had an amateur contract at Second division club Svebølle B & I was summoned to leave Denmark within two weeks after failing to secure a work permit.
But he is now set for a new start.
-I am heading out to Denmark from where I will be searching for a new club, he said to futaa.com
A professional in Denmark since the year 2000
-I will soon be communicating back on my progress, he added
Till his recent return, Ake had served as a professional in Denmark since the year 2000 ever since he joined AB from Coast Stars.
After four seasons at AB, he joined Nordsjælland for another four seasons; 2005 – 2008, though he spent his time out on loan at Olstykke (2006), Holbaek B&I (2006-2007) and HIK (2007-2008).
Regular training at Mbaraki
A season at Herfølge (2008-2009) and another at HB Koge (2009-2010) followed. From September 2010 to the turn of the year he turned out for top tier side Lyngby. Prior to second tier side Svebølle B&I in early 2012, Ake, now 32, spent the 2011 season at first division side Næstved Boldklub.
Since his arrival, Ake has been keeping busy with regular training at Mbaraki.