Henry Antchouet

Henry Antchouet

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Henry Arnaud Antchouet Rebienot (born 2 August 1979 in Libreville), known as Antchouet, is a Gabonese footballer who plays for Churchill Brothers in the I-League.

Nicknamed "The Arrow" due to his agility, the striker spent most of his professional career in Portugal and played in four other countries abroad, also serving a two-year ban due to doping.

Football career

Antchouet started his career at the age of 15 in local club FC 105 Libreville; after a quick spell in Cameroon, he moved to Portugal, first with Leixões SC (then in the third division), and remained there for the vast majority of the following six years.

Consistent performances for top level's C.F. Os Belenenses; BBC Sport, 9 October 2002 attracted the attention of Spain's Deportivo Alavés in July 2005, but Antchouet left after only a few months, returning to Portugal with Vitória de Guimarães, on loan.

After a loan in Saudi Arabia, Antchouet joined Larissa F.C. in Greece, in January 2007, still owned by Alavés, and helped the club win the domestic cup, netting the winner against Panathinaikos F.C. just eight minutes from time, as a......
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