Moses Mawa goes to the elite series club HamKam after two years in Kristiansund.
The forward, who turns 27 on Friday, was brought to KBK in the summer of 2021. He played a total of 35 league and cup matches for the club, scoring eight goals.
– We want to thank Moses for the work he has done at KBK. He has worked hard to come back after a boring injury, and we hope he will prove himself in the Eliteserien for HamKam, says Eirik Hoseth, sporting manager at KBK.
Mawa’s last appearance in the KBK kit was in the training match against Ranheim last Saturday. There he was responsible for the preparations for Leander Næss Alvheim’s 1-1 goal.
The fact that Alvheim and several other young players have taken the step into the A-squad makes it possible for KBK to let go of Mawa now.
– We have brought up several young strikers from the academy, and hope Binni Willumsson will not be out for too long with an injury. And finally, there are financial considerations that make it a sensible solution with a transition, says Hoseth.