Atdhe Nuhiu

Atdhe Nuhiu ( born July 29, 1989 in Pristina ) is an Austrian football player at the position of a striker. Since July 2013, he plays for Sheffield Wednesday in the English Football League Championship.

Career

Nuhiu began his career at the Sports Union -Ried in the Traun circle and in 1999 moved to FC Wels. In the third division striker completed in the 2007/08 season 30 matches and scored eleven goals. In the summer he signed for Bundesliga side SK Austria Kärnten. His debut in the Bundesliga was Nuhiu on 25 July 2008 against LASK Linz. He came on in the 68th minute for Manuel Weber and scored 15 minutes later, already his first Bundesliga goal. The match ended 2:3. In the Austrian national football team as he celebrated in his debut in the U -20, his first goal. The game against Germany was still lost 2:4. End of August 2009, he moved on loan to SV Ried.

On 7 June 2010, the tall striker moved to the Austrian capital for SK Rapid Wien, where he signed a contract with a term of three years, although he has an option of a further year at Rapid in the contract. For Nuhiu, who was the third new signing of the SK Rapid Wien in the current transfer period prior to the 2010/11 season, only a small transfer fee was remitted to his original club.

On 3 July 2012, the SK Rapid Wien announced that Nuhiu changes with immediate effect for Turkish Süper Lig club Eskişehirspor. First Nuhiu is awarded for one year, but Eskişehirspor received an option to buy. On August 3, 2012, he scored his first competitive goal for the Turkish club. He scored the 1:1 after 69 minutes of play against Olympique Marseille in the third qualifying round of the UEFA Europa League 2012/13. His first match in the Turkcell Süper Lig, he scored on 7 December 2012. He scored in the 92nd minute goal game at 2-2 Final at Beşiktaş Istanbul.

In July 2013 Nuhiu moved from Turkey free transfer to the English Football League Championship club Sheffield Wednesday, where in the 1:2 home defeat against Queens Park Rangers, he scored his first goal in his first competitive match.

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