Bubacarr Sanneh is among players in the All-time best eleven Africans to have played in Denmark.
The 25-year-old spent just about four years in Denmark after first joining AC Horsens on loan before making it permanent contract.
He would go on to sign for Midtyjland with whom he won his first professional title -the Danish Super Lig.
A defender and also called Timber, then joined Anderlecht of Belgium in an expensive transfer reported to be over 443, 951,279 (four hundred and forty-three millions, nine hundred fifty-one thousands and two hundred and seventy-nine) Gambian dalasis.
However, his stay there turned bad owing due lack of minutes and difference in football philosophy causing his loaning to the Turkish league and back to Belgium with KV Oostende who’re relegated for now meaning he could leave again.