Ebo Andoh joins English side Macclesfield Town Featured
12 Jan

Ebo Andoh joins English side Macclesfield Town

Macclesfield Town FC have announced the signing of Ghanaian winger Enoch Ebo Andoh in the ongoing transfer window.

Enoch started his career in his native Ghana, before securing an illustrious move to Portuguese giants Porto in 2011.

A move to Cypriot First Division side AEL Limassol followed twelve months later, as Enoch enjoyed a successful two year period at the Tsirion Stadium.

During this time, he made thirty-seven appearances for the club and secured Cypriot Cup, Cypriot Super Cup and Cypriot First Division runners-up medals.

A move to England ensued, as Enoch signed for Port Vale back in November 2014.

Breaking into the First Team at Vale Park the following season, the Ghanian made twelve appearances for The Valiants before suffering an injury which meant that he opted to leave the club in the summer of 2016.

After a successful rehabilitation period, Enoch joined Whitehawk in September 2017 and then went on to complete a short spell at Nuneaton Borough last year.

In addition to this, Enoch has represented his country at both Under 20 and Under 23 level.

Enoch will take the number 29 squad number and we would like to wish him every success during his time at the Moss Rose.

leftA Comprehensive Football News and Information delivery; offers a one-stop shop for easy access to up-to-date football news relevant to all people. Kickgh.com......The Mine of Football News !!!

COPYRIGHT NOTICE

1. The use of quotations in all articles published by Kickgh.com are allowed provided the quotations used in your articles are credited. 2. No information in any of the articles published by kickgh.com must be used on any other website without permission from the site owners or without crediting Kickgh.com. Write to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to seek permission officially from the owners of Kickgh.com. Failure to adhere to this copyright law will result in court suit. All rights reserved.