Once seen as one of the club’s most saleable assets, Andoh is resurrecting his career in non-league football.
Prior to Vale
Enoch began his career in his native Ghana with Accra Hearts of Oak SC and King Faisal Babes, before being signed up by Portuguese club FC Porto. He joined Cypriot side AEL Limassol in 2012, playing for the club in Cypriot Super Cup and Cypriot Cup final defeats before moving to England in 2014.
His Vale spell
Andoh signed for Port Vale in November 2014. His first season was spent in the reserves but after a successful pre-season he broke into the first team in the 2015–16 season. His form was such that he was linked with a big money move to Spurs but picked up a serious injury in October 2015, and never played for Vale again. He rejected a new contract in July 2016 but stayed at the club to complete his rehabilitation.
After having trials with Oldham Athletic in the summer, he signed for National League South side Whitehawk in September 2017. He scored on his debut and at time of writing has made four appearances, scoring once.