By Angu Lesley
Mexican second tier side Cancun FC have secured the services of 2022 MTN Elite One top scorer Bin Adolf Nkembe Enow.
kick442.com understands the player has penned a four-year-deal with the 22-year-old who delivered an emotional message about his new past and future.
Dear AS Fortuna Fans,
Today I say goodbye to a magnificent club (AS Fortuna). I want to thank the Club for helping me become a better footballer with the magnificent season I had ending the season as the Highest Goals Scorer in Cameroon Elite Football; scoring 20 goals in a season was a dream come true.
AS Fortuna gave me the platform to showcase my talent and thus club will always remain in my heart. I want to use this time to thank the club, the fans that have supported me throughout and goodluck to my team-mates.
Today I say goodbye to AS Fortuna to start a new chapter in my career but i take with me many memories, lessons and great moments. I wish AS Fortuna many success for the future and thank the club for giving me the opportunity to sign for CANCUN FC, a club to which i will give my utmost best for the trust they have given me. I start this new season with CANCUN FC, many success and goals will follow.
Thank you with all my heart.
Enow Adolf Nkembe- EN7
Big clubs such as Kumasi Asante Kotoko, Hearts of Oak among, Etoile Du Sahel others were interested in the center-forward’s services but he settled for the Mexican project.
The multiple sides managed by Spaniard Iñigo Idiakez Barkaiztegi have a great project and a forward who can break a bombproof defense in Nkembe Enow.
The one time Dragon and Colombe goal poacher is very much to the taste of the Cancun as the two-year-old club targets to get to the top-flight soonest.
The addition of the ex-YOSA and APEJES of Mfou finisher who scored close to half of Fortuna’s goals last season is a big boast.
Scorer of all types of goals since his top-flight debut in Cameroon has put Enow among the best.
Playing abroad won’t be a challenge to Enow as he previously played in the USA and Albania and matched his form from his early days as a 16-year-old at Dream Soccer Academy.
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