Jeremy Bukela will remain with Willem II until the end of the season. The striker has been training since June 23, 2022 and played in three friendlies. Based on his proven qualities and conversations, the club and Bokila agreed to a one-year contract. “I want to show myself to people who have forgotten me or don’t even know me.”
Bukela, 33, is now making a definitive return to the Dutch fields in Tilburg. Since leaving Sparta in 2012, Bukela has traveled the world. He was a contractor in Russia, Turkey, China, Romania, Qatar and the United States. Bukela responds to Willem II’s website: “It was a great adventure, yes. I am a person who likes to take the opportunity to try something new with both hands. But when Willem II came forward, I was like: Finally to Holland, I’m back home.” As an international player for the Congo, he has twice participated in the African Cup.
Technical Director Theon Jacobs. “Jeremy is a good guy on the set. He is very experienced, has been through a lot and therefore remains calm in every situation and knows what to do.”
Bukela is the seventh newcomer after goalkeeper Joshua Smits, defenders Thibaut Leskoye, Lucas Woodenberg and Eric Schotten, midfielder Matthias Firth and striker Nick Dodman.
Since relegation, the following players have left Willem 2:
Wellenreuther, Köhn, Dammers, Jenssen, Nelom, Ludewig, Bergström, Michelis, Sadiki, Saglam, El Khayati, Roemeratoe, Köhlert, Nunnelly, Yeboah and Kampetsis.
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