He broke through as a talent in Brøndby IF, and made his name in the AGF, but after several skadesplagede seasons are over.
The former super league profile of Osama Akharraz end his career as just the 29-year-old after 130 matches and 21 goals in the premier League. The he tells in this week's edition of the 'transfer window', which can be heard below.
"It's over now at the highest level for me. It has been a long time coming, and there are several reasons to it, but primarily it is because of the damage, and that the latter has not shown the big interest for me," says the driblestærke and fast winger.
"I have maximum played three matches in a row in the last three years. It is bitter, but it feels nice enough to let it go, for I have gone with the long now. Now there is something new, I can start on."
It was at the end of the 2011 season and in the fall of 2011, that Osama Akharraz came on Brøndby-fan lips. Among other things, he scored two goals in a european klubkamp.
But when his first contract with vestegnsklubben ran out, he got an offer he felt was too low. Therefore, chose the then-21-year-old talent in the place to thank yes for AGF's far more lucrative deals.
He quickly took the Aarhus with the storm and was in a few years a great profile for 'The Hvii'e'. He tells of the 'transfer window', national coach Morten Olsen had gotten their eyes up for him - without, however, it was a landsholdsudtagelse.
your Stay in AGF ended skew, when Akharraz gave the finger to the AGF's fans, and in september 2014, his contract torn over as a result of the shenanigans.
this was followed by a halvsæson in FC Vestsjælland, and since a switch to Viborg FF. In the green of the Viborg shirt, proving that kantspilleren with moroccan roots storformen - and in a degree, as Morocco's national coach showed interest in Akharraz.
But not in this case, it was a test match, like the dream of a contract with a foreign club never became a reality. A bad injury stopped his development, and now, three years later, he has decided to stop his career.
"My ultimate dream was to play abroad. The league was just a step on the way. It hurts that I missed it. But I accept it," says Osama Akharraz, as in the 'transfer window'-the podcast also reveals that he was close to a contract with Brøndby again in 2015.
Updated Date: 27 November 2019, 18:00