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Charlotte Independence sign midfielder Brunallergene Junior Etou
Congo native brings roster to nine
Published Thursday, January 23, 2020 1:16 pm
by Ashley Mahoney | The Charlotte Post

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The Charlotte Independence 2020 roster is up to nine players.

Brunallergene Junior Etou, a 25-year-old, left-footed holding midfielder was announced today.

During the 2018-19 season, he made 17 appearances for AS Beziers of France’s Ligue 2.

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A native of Brzzaville, Republic of Congo, Etou earned his first international call-up last March, but did not see playing time.

Etou’s career began in the French fourth division in 2012 with J.A. Drancy, where he stayed for five years. In 2017-18 he spent the season with Monts d’Or Azergues.

Etou brings the Jacks roster to nine players: goalkeeper Brandon Miller, defenders Clay Dimick, Joel Johnson and Hugh Roberts, midfielders Jake Areman, KEvan George, Valentin Sabella and Etou, as well as striker Enzo Martinez.

Charlotte opens training on Jan. 27 at the Sportsplex at Matthews, play their first preseason match in Columbia, South Carolina against Tormenta FC on Feb. 12 and open the USL Championship regular season at Sporting Kansas City II on March 8.


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