Motherwell’s Henrik Ojamaa quits for a second time

Henrik Ojamaa has departed Motherwell for a second time. Picture: Alan Watson
Henrik Ojamaa has departed Motherwell for a second time. Picture: Alan Watson
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HENRIK Ojamaa has announced his departure from Motherwell for a second time.

The striker has been on loan from Legia Warsaw since August and Motherwell tried to strike a deal to keep the Estonia international, but he has decided to pursue another option.

Ojamaa wrote on Twitter: “My loan at Motherwell is now officially up and I’d like to say that although the league position is not as good as Motherwell deserve, I still thoroughly enjoyed my time at the club that is very close to my heart.

“I am sure the coaching staff and my teammates/friends will finish the season strong and I will remain a passionate supporter of the club.

“Hopefully me leaving will give a chance to many good youngsters at MFC to grab a position in the starting 11.

“Finally a big thanks to all the fans... i will be missing all my friends in Scotland as i leave with a heavy heart.”

Ojamaa’s exit comes just after 20-year-old Craig Moore returned from a long lay-off, while Motherwell remain optimistic of adding to their squad before Monday’s transfer deadline.

The club are also set to announce a change in ownership with Les Hutchison set to complete his deal to assume control from John Boyle in the coming days after linking up with the Well Society fans group.


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