Tel Aviv - Jude Nworuh has ended his search for a new club
after putting pen to paper on a two - year deal with Israeli Premier League
club Bnei Yehuda on Friday morning.
The 26 - year - old decided not to extend his contract with
AC Horsens at the end of last season as he was looking for a new challenge
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Late July, Nworuh was on the brink of joining Norwegian
Tippeligaen side Mjøndalen IF, but had a change of mind at the last minute
because of the club's poor league position and the duration of the deal that
was offered to him.
A product of FC Ebedei, the striker began his professional
career with FC Midtjylland before transferring to AC Horsens in the 2012 - 2013
season, having spent time on loan at Fredericia in 2011.
Jude Nworuh will not be a total stranger in Tel Aviv as
Nigeria international Dele Aiyenugba is on the payroll of Bnei Yehuda.
After six rounds, Bnei Yehuda have the sixth best attack in
the Premier League but sit 12th on the 14 - team table.For
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