Jamaica international Omar Gordon has joined USL Championship club OKC Energy in a move away from Jamaican Premier League club Montego Bay United.
The 27-year-old striker is fresh from completing a loan spell at USL Western Conference team San Antonio where he made a solid impression. Gordon scored six goals in seven appearances and notched four assists.
Locally, Gordon made a measurable impression with 125 appearances for Montego Bay United, a club he joined in 2011. He scored 37 goals and helped the club to the Jamaican National Premier League title in 2014 and 2016.
Energy FC Head Coach Steve Cooke admitted he was pleased to have acquired the player’s services.
“Having watched him at close quarters playing for San Antonio last year, we always knew he was a threat against us, “Cooke said.
“He’s big, he’s strong, he’s powerful and he’s got the pace to get in behind – great 1-v-1 attacking defenders. I think he can contribute goals, assists and really take the game to the other teams.”
Gordon has also previously competed on loan in the United States with Indy Eleven during the 2016 season when he recorded three goals in 20 appearances for the club.