Andzouana heads for home


The Congo-Brazzaville defender was handed his clearance after reaching a settlement with the club. His contract was only due to expire next year.

“It was fine that I got to play for Arrows because I got to learn new things. My time with Arrows also helped me grow as a player since it was a new experience, playing in another country for the first time,” says Andzouana. caught with the 25-year-old defender just before he left for his homeland where he will link up with the Congo national team for the game against Mali this weekend.

Bajo Bajani, the Congolese defender’s agent, tells that there will be scouts from Europe and the Middle East watching the Group 10 qualifier.

“Although nothing has been confirmed yet about Kevine’s next club, there is some scouts from Israel and France that will be watching that game. We haven’t spoken to any club as yet because his focus is on the national team. We will see how things pan out after the weekend,” he says.

Bajani also gave an insight into the player’s break up with Arrows

“Kevine and Arrows parted ways amicably after a settlement was reached.”

Though he initially struggled Andzouana fitted in well for Arrows at right-back and in central defence as the season progressed thus proving his versatility.