Mamadi Ngum signs for Senegalese club ASAC Ndiambour

Nov 17, 2021, 12:22 PM | Article By: Arfang M.S. Camara

Senegalese topflight side, ASAC Ndiambour has signed Mamadi Ngum.


The 22-year-old signed a three-year contract with Louga-based club ASAC Ndiambour ahead of the new Senegalese ligue 1 season.

The former Real de Banjul and Samger FC striker impressed the city club in the concluded nawettan where he scoops the golden boot with Deukeundo.

Elsewhere, Mamadou Lamine Barra Mbengue joined Spanish club Real Balompedica Linense on a three-year contract.

The youngster featured for Team Phino FC in the second half of the season and helped the club gain promotion to the GFF 1st Division League.

According to Fallaboweh, the contract of Mbenque marks the beginning of a new corporation between Spanish club Real Balompedica Linense and Team Rhino FC with one of the aims being to create opportunity for future transfer of young talents. 

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