By Angu Lesley
Football Writer kick442.com-Cameroon
English Championship side Huddersfield Town FC have completed the acquisition of 30-year old Senegalese forward Baye Oumar Niase.
The former Everton, Hull and Cardiff City striker has penned a four-months deal with the forward.
Niasse who left Everton in 2019 joins as a clubless free agent having been in the cold for several weeks.
The former Lokomotiv Moscow striker will have Huddersfield Town FC as the eighth Club he has represented in the globetrotting career that has seen him move from Senegal with US Ouakam to Norway where he represented FC Brann and then Turkey, Russia and England since 2016.
The nine-capped former Senegal international with three goals for the West African nation counts over 65 career goals for Club and country and Huddersfield surely expect goals from him.
Niasse adds to the multitude of Africans plying their trade in the second tier of English football.
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