Belarusian halfback Yuri Kendysh signed for Sheriff Tiraspol. During the past three months, the 27-year-old footballer had played for Moldova’s champion being ‘borrowed’ from BATE Borisov, IPN reports.
In the period, he played 14 matches and scored two goals, both in the gate of Milsami. In his career, Kendysh also played for Partizan Minsk, Torpedo Jodino, Slavia Mozyr, Dinamo Brest, Trakai and Zalgiris Vilnius.
At the same time, Sheriff parted company with Moldovan fullback Vitalie Bordian. The team from Tiraspol will be on vacation until January 25, 2018.