Inter Allies youngster Fard Ibrahim will spend the rest of the season in Denmark after completing a loan move to Vejle Boldklub.
The 18 year old left-back has been on trials with the club for a while aand his exploits caught the attention of the technical men of the side.
Fard will be at Vejle Boldklub’s youth side to develop himself before graduating to the senior side.
“It is part of a future strategy that we also need foreign players in youth teams. If we want to have foreign players in youth teams, there must be players with talent, skills that are hard to find in Denmark,” chief scout Steen Thychosen told the club’s website.
”Foday is an offensive player covering most positions on the track. He showed an exciting potential and we look forward to working with him. Ibrahim Fard is left back and we look forward to influencing his future development.
“We hope the players are so good that they can be integrated into the First Team squad.
”We know that with players from other cultures there is an adaptation period on and off the pitch. By taking them early, we can prepare them even better for their lives as senior players at Vejle Boldklub’s first team.”
Fard has been a key player for Inter Allies for the past two seasons following his promotion from Accra Youth now Cedar Stars to the senior team. He had to fill the big boots of US based Abass Mohammed who left in the middle of the season.