Danish 1st Division League side HB Koge have released Ghanaian duo, Kwabena Kyeremateng and Abdul Nassiru Hamzah together with their Canadian team-mate Noble Okello this winter.
The centre-back and his compatriot forwad failed to live up to expectations since joining the Copenhagen-based club on a six-month loan deal from Ghanaian top-flight side Inter Allies during the summer transfer window.
Having failed to make the grade at HB Koge, Kyeremateng and Hamzah have now been sent back to their parent club in the West African country as they could not make a single appearance in the Danish 1st Division league contest with the Koge Stadion outfit.
A statement from the club's official website over the release of the Ghanaian duo together with their Canadian team-mate reads:
“We have been really pleased with Okello's efforts. He came to and after a little getting used to, he got quite a few minutes of play at the end of the autumn, and was shown that he is a talented player who can look into a good future. However, we have already secured reinforcement for the midfield a few weeks ago with the addition of Lasse Petry, and we are therefore convinced that we will be even stronger in the spring than in the autumn ", says HB Køge director Per Rud.
''Ghanaian Kwabena Kyeremateng and Abdul Hamzah have also returned home. Both have returned to Inter Allies FC in Ghana, from where they were leased to HB Køge, and in the last six months they appeared in YMCA, Roskilde and Holbæk B&I in the 2nd Division. None of them managed to make their official debut for HB Køge.''