Hendrik Ojamaa's brother Hindrek joined Nõmme Kalju

One of Estonian footballs brightest prospects Hindrek Ojamaa who is also a brother of Estonian national team player and striker of Motherwell joined Estonian champion Nõmme Kalju.

“I like Nõmme Kalju’s style of play where is mix of experianced Eestonian national team players and skillful talents from Estonia and foreign country’s,” said to a Nõmme Kalju’s home page Ojamaa, who is also Estonian  U-15, U-16, U-17 and current U-18 national team defender.

 

Ojamaa, despite young age of only 17 years he has atracted a lot intrest from foreign clubs from England, Scotland, Italy, Denmark and also Poland, in clubs such as Stoke City and Brondby.

“He is captain of Estonian national youth team, he can play in central defence and on wings and I think he is very good player for us. I think if he continues to play like that he will have bright future and will break into Nõmme Kalju’s first team soon,” said Nõmme Kalju II coach  Zaur Tšilingarašvili, who has developed a lot players for Estonian national team and will work with Ojamaa also.

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