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Transfert : Sambégou Bangoura s’engage en D3 belge


On l’avait perdu de vue depuis son départ de l’AS Kaloum  il y a deux ans. Il vient encore de  rechausser les crampons. L’international guinéen Sambégou Bangoura revient en Belgique, la terre de ses débuts en Europe.

Le joueur guinéen vient de parapher un contrat d’une  saison  avec RFC  Tournai, un club de D3 belge. L’annonce de sa signature  a été faite âr le club à travers son site officiel, mais aucun montant  n’a été révélé par quant au coût de la transaction.  De sources bien proches du joueur, Bangoura aurait décidé de revenir en Belgique pour des raisons familiales.

Avant de s’engager avec son nouveau club, Sambégou Bangoura a fait les beaux jours de plusieurs clubs en Belgique comme  Lokeren, Standard et  FC Brussels, pour un total de 57 buts en D1 belge.

Sékou Koutoubou KABA

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