Former Flying Eagles invitee Sebastian Osigwe penned an emotional farewell to Swiss club Kriens after confirming his exit from the club.
The 26 years old shot-stopper announced he would leave the club this summer after six years association.
SC Kriens is a football club based in Kriens, Switzerland. It was founded in 1944. They play at the Kleinfeld Stadium.
Osigwe’s time at the club was a success as he made 143 appearances and recorded 43 clean sheets and helped them gained promotions on two different occasions.
The Swiss goalkeeper said the club remains close to his heart and he’s grateful for allowing him to grow.
He wrote: “Dear SC Kriens family. With a laugh, which I was allowed to wear on my lips most of the time in the small field, I would like to say goodbye to you!! I look back on six fairytale years with you, which I can combine with 2 climbs and many other successes.
“In all these years I was allowed to grow on and off the pitch together with the club, for which I am very grateful to the SCK. In addition, I would like to thank all of you and my fellow players for your loyal support and the wonderful time together on the pitch. Special thanks go to the SCK supporters who literally “stood behind me in every game!
“I will of course continue to do the events under Pilatus with one. Pursue green and white hearts! See you soon in Kleinfeld.”.
Osigwe has represented Switzerland at the U-15’s, 16’s and U-18’s levels, but wants to follow the footsteps of his father, Vitalis Osigwe who played for Nigeria in the past.