Eri-International sports has been writing about Henok Goitom for years and have followed his career through connections with people as well as online. What draws him to fans is the simple fact that he is a humble person who has also strong work habits. He has a knack for the goal and has scored many goals some incredible, in all the leagues he has played. He has also matured as a great human being who should be emulated as a great role model and example to young people everywhere.
As most of you know after leaving the Spanish La Liga he has made his home in Sweden with his local team AIK Stockholm and this past weekend he played his last game of the season for AIK where he also scored another beautiful goal and missed many opportunities as his team drew to 1-1 tie ending their hope of winning the Swedish Premier league. He ended the season with 18 goals second to Emir Kujovic who netted 21 goals for his team IFK Norköbing.
Henok is one of AIK's key players and ended the season as a second leading scorer in the Allsvenskan. So what next for Henok? It remains to be seen as his contract is set to expire with AIK and, according to several sources it seems like he may be far from extending a new agreement, which could lead him to go elsewhere. There is also a possibility that he could remain with the team for another extension. According to some soccer news sources two teams in China are seriously interested in Henok. It is to be recalled that an Israeli team and a Japanese team were also highly interested in him before he signed with AIK. In an interview he gave to a Swedish TV recently Henok said, “I have close contact with my agent (Colombian Efrain Panchon), but there is nothing concrete.”
The fans love him in Sweden and he has always been very happy with their support including this weekend where he actually mentioned that these loyal fans should get an award.
Talking about awards Henok is in the running for the MVP of the Swedish Premier league. He is one of three nominees for the title of Allsvenskans most valuable player along with Emir Kujovic and Andreas Johansson from IFK Norköbing the team that won the championship. It is also to be recalled Henok represented his national team of ERITREA in 2015 and scored his first goal for the Red Sea boyz. Henok has accumulated a total of 37 points (29 goals and 8 assists) in his last two seasons and whatever choice he makes Eri-International sports will follow.