English league two side Macclesfield Town have announced the signing of Ghanaian winger Enoch Ebo Andoh from Nuneaton Borough, Sports World Ghana can exclusively report.
The exciting 26 year old winger, started his career in Ghana where he featured for giants Accra Hearts of Oak and King Faisal before securing a famous move to Portuguese giants Porto in 2011.
Enoch Cypriot First Division side AEL Limassol twelve months later, as the former Ghana U-20 and U-23 forward 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 Ghanaian 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.
Andoh, will wear the number 29 shirt during his stay at the Moss Rose.