Bajram Fetai parts ways with Lyngby

Bajram Fetai has left Lyngby; photo: bold.dkLyngby, who was relegated to the Danish second division, and Bajram Fetai have mutually agreed to part ways as the club concluded a disappointing season by finishing second from bottom on the standings.

Bajram Fetai’s contract was set to expire in the summer and both him and Lyngby agreed not to renew the contract.  Speaking on his twitter account, Fetai said, “After eighteen months, the time has come for me and Lyngby BK to go our separate ways.  I would like to thank the club, and especially the Lyngby fans who accepted me well despite originally coming to the team from a rival side.  I wish the best of luck to everyone in and around the club in the future.”

Fetai later conducted an interview with Danish website where he spoke about the decision to leave Lyngby, “It was a joint decision between the club and me.  My ambitions are obviously higher the Danish second division, it has always been, but I must also be realistic and admit that I was not at my best form this past year.  I did not live up to my own expectations when it came to goals and performance, and I did not play as much as I anticipated.  It was a mixed experience at Lyngby as I did not have the confidence of the manager as I would have hoped.  I’m okay with the decision.  I’d like to try something new, maybe play outside of Denmark.”

Pertaining to his future, Bajram noted, “I’m still only 26 years old and have a lot of years left in me.  It’s not the time for me to go to Qatar or the U.S. yet.  I still have much to give and I must also think of my career with the Macedonian national team as well.”

Fetai has been capped three times for the senior national team of Macedonia, with one of those appearances coming under the current manager John Toshack during the friendly against Albania back on 15 November of last year.

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