Agami Hando

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Football biography

Agami Daniel Fikke Hando (born 12 February 1995) is a Norwegian footballer who has played in the Montenegrin First League for FK Dečić Tuzi. [1][2][3]

Early years

Hando was born in Bergen. He started his career at local club Fana IL,[4] playing with Norwegian-international Mathias Dyngeland, before moving from home in 2013 to go to Norwegian College of Elite Sports in Baerum with Norwegian-internationals Anders Trondsen, Mats Moller Daehli, Caroline Graham Hansen etc., but later quit due to academical problems. Back in Bergen, Hando started his senior career, playing for local sides SK Baune and FK Fyllingsdalen in the 5.tier in Norway. During his time in Fyllingsdalen, Hando also trained with Brumunddalen in Post Nord Ligaen.

Club career

Via a friend, Hando went to Bosnia-Hercegovina in the summer of 2016, where he first operated as a practice player for FK Slavija Sarajevo before his improvement made him sign with Natron Maglaj in the Second Division of Bosnia.[5]

After having a successful spell in NK Natron Maglaj with a total of 13 matches and 4 goals, were Hando played with Dino Dizdarevic and Emrad Sabanovic], Hando signed his first professional contract with FK Dečić in Montenegrin First League[6], where he was one of six foreign players including Cameroonian player Daniel Kamy Yves and Serbian Nikola Prebiračević. He made his debut against Mladost Podgorica in July. He also played against KF Vllaznia from Albanian first league in September the same year.

In the winter of 2018, Hando chose to terminate his contract, even though he received offer from FK Dečić to go on loan to the second league in Montenegro. After his spell in Montenegro, he received a contract offer from NK Hrvatski Dragovoljac in Second Football League in Croatia, but he did not come to an agreement with the club due to economical terms.

In the summer of 2018, Agami Hando signed a professional contract with the Norwegian amateur team Skedsmo FK.[7]

Career statistics

Club Season Division National Cup Other League Apps Goals
Baune IF 2014-2015 4.divisjon (regional league) 21 21
FK Fyllingsdalen 2 2015-2016 4.divisjon (regional league) 20 20 4
NK Natron Maglaj 2017 Second League of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina 1 3 9 13 4
FK Dečić Tuzi 2017 Montenegrin First League - 2 - 2
Skedsmo FK 2018 Norsk Tipping-Ligaen 1 5 6
Total 62 4


  1. "NORSKE UTENLANDSPROFFER - MENN" (in nb-NO). 2017-06-20. 
  2. "Agami Daniel Fikke Hando - Profil zawodnika" (in nb-PL). 2018-07-12. 
  3. "Agami Daniel Fikke Hando - Perfil del jugador" (in nb-ES). 2018-07-12. 
  4. "Videre i NM for halv maskin". Fana IL Fotball.;jsessionid=A7BE76D0FDF70FC7DB7CC12A43EE5070?id=9208202. 
  5. "Werner Diyangi Konda i Agami Hando pojačali Nogometni klub Natron". 
  7. Fotballforbund, Norges. "Agami Daniel Fikke Hando - Profil" (in no).