Terence Kongolo: “Not many people in the UK know Le Havre, I was shocked to see the quality in this club”

Branded as a Dutch soccer perspective, Terence Kongolo quickly rose to prominence by leaving Feyenoord for Monaco at 23 for around €15 million. With four caps for the Dutch national team, the 28-year-old centre-back has a more impressive CV than the vast majority of players in League 2. But the latter did not back down from the challenge of signing The garden this summer, suggested by Mathieu Bodmer, after several years without playing at Fulham due to his injuries, especially in the knee. In an article from footnormand.fr, the player from Le Havre talks about this decision, which will pay off for the rest of his career, although he has only appeared three times from the bench in the league.

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If you ask other players if they would have agreed to sign here, they will say: “No” because it is the second division. Few people in the UK know Le Havre but me, I trust this choice […]. I needed a coach who counts on me and who knows my qualities. When I arrived I was shocked to see the quality that is in this club, the comfort that is. So far the team is doing well and I hope that I can bring my experience and my strength to this group. »

Source: footnormand.fr

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