Brama leaves FC Utrecht after half year for Australian adventure

Brama leaves FC Utrecht after half year for Australian adventure

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Wout Brama departs after a half-year already at FC Utrecht and is a Australian adventure to Central Coast Mariners. The controlling midfielder signs a contract for two seasons ‘Down Under’.

The 30-year-old Brama played only since January for FC Utrecht, that the triple international of Orange at the time to the press conference took over PEC Zwolle. He came in a total of 21 matches for the Domstedelingen.

“Wout has established itself as a highly experienced player manifested within our team and the team with his play and his leadership a great disservice,” says coach and technical manager Erik ten Hag to the website of FC Utrecht on the departure of the Tukker.

Brama dreamed for several years of a foreign adventure and forced the contract that Utrecht would work if that opportunity should arise. “Now this opportunity comes along, wants to Wout this also grab,” said Ten Hag.

Central Coast Mariners is Brama teammate of his compatriot Tom Hiariej. The 29-year-old midfielder-cum-right back got recently after ten seasons at FC Groningen press conference is about to the club that last season eighth in the A-League.


Brama made his debut in 2005 in the professional football on behalf of FC Twente, which, in 2010, he champion of the Netherlands, and a year later the KNVB-beker won. Three years ago, he left press conference from Enschede, a few months later in the ACADEMY of drawing.

Under coach Bert van Marwijk he came in 2009 and 2010 to three international matches for the Dutch national team.

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