enoch andoh | MIDFIELD









Kumasi, ghana


5ft 5"



Diminutive former Ghana U20 International winger who joined the Pitmen in September 2019


A well-travelled player with a diverse number of clubs behind him, Andoh started his career as a junior in Ghana with King Faisal Babes, catching the attention of Portuguese giants FC Porto in January 2011 and linking up with their U19 side, where he was a key member of the side that won the Northern section of the U19 Portuguese Championship


After failing to make the breakthrough at Porto, Andoh moved to Cyprus in the summer of 2012 to join AEL Limassol. He enjoyed two consistent seasons there, playing in Cypriot Super Cup Final, making an unused substitute appearance in the Cypriot Cup Final and playing in a Limassol side that finished fifth and second in his two years there


In September 2014, he trialled for SkyBet League Two side Port Vale, spending a number of weeks at Vale Park before earning himself an eighteen-month contract with the Stoke side. His breakthrough came at the start of the following season, as he forced his way into the first-team picture after a fine pre-season and became a fan favourite with his quick, direct wing play. He was called up to the Ghana U21 side in November 2015 but failed to make his debut for the side


His form for Vale had seen scouts flocking to Vale Park ahead of the January 2016 transfer window, with Chairman Norman Smurfwaite expecting bids approaching £2.5 million for the player amidst rumours of the likes of Tottenham Hotspur preparing bids for him. However, any big move for the player came to a crushing halt in October 2015, as he suffered a cruciate ligament injury in a game against Colchester United, ruling him out for the remainder of the season and to the end of his Vale contract, where he was released


His injury kept Andoh out for the much of the following season, returning to Port Vale to train with them in December 2016 and playing a reserve game for his former club in March 2017. In July 2017, he trialled with Oldham Athletic, but failed to earn a deal with the League Two side. Instead, he moved into non-league with a move to ambitious Vanarama National League South side Whitehawk


His stay on the south coast was a short one, with the winger making only seven appearances for the Hawks before leaving in December 2017. He signed for National North side Nuneaton Borough the following summer after a successful trial at Liberty Way, joining Nicky Eaden's side ahead of their new season. He proved a popular player in his brief time there, scoring four times in eight starts and earning three man of the match awards before stepping back into full-time football in January 2019 with a move to Macclesfield Town


He failed to break into Sol Campbell's Silkmen side, however, and left in the summer of 2019 without making a first-team appearance. He linked up with the Pitmen in September, making his debut in their 3-2 win over Barwell in the second qualifying round of the F.A. Cup


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