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Bruce Inkango

Bruce Inkango
Personal information
Full nameBruce Pascal Inkango
Date of birth (1984-05-18) 18 May 1984 (age 30)
Place of birthPoitiers, France
Height1.72 m (5 ft 7 12 in)
Playing positionWinger / Forward
Club information
Current clubDenizlispor
Senior career*
2000–2003AS Cannes11(3)
2003–2004Neuchâtel Xamax0(0)
2004–2006Angers SCO20(1)
2004RCF Paris (loan)7(2)
2007–2009AS Cherbourg59(14)
2009–2010Red Star20(5)
2012Oțelul Galați12(4)
2013Cherno More10(4)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 18 July.
† Appearances (Goals).

Bruce Pascal Inkango (born 18 May 1984 in Poitiers) is a French football player of the Congo descent. He currently plays as a forward.[1] He plays for TFF First League team Denizlispor.


Inkango began his career at AS Cannes.

On 21 September 2010, Inkango joined English side Gillingham of League Two, signing a three-month deal.[2] He earned just six appearances with the Gills and left the club on 20 December, when his contract expired.[3]

Early 2011, Inkango signed for Albanian Superliga side KS Kastrioti. Whilst at the Albanian club, he found some of the best scoring form of his career. Inkango finished as the top goalscorer for Kastrioti in the 2011–12 season with 14 goals, scoring a total of 21 goals for one-and-a-half-year.

In July 2012, Inkango joined Oțelul Galați in Romania.[4] He made his Liga I debut in a 1–1 home draw against Rapid București on 30 July, coming on as a substitute for Laurențiu Buș.[5] He was released by Oțelul on 31 January 2013.[6]

On 4 April 2013, Inkango signed a contract with Bulgarian A PFG club Cherno More Varna.[7] He made his debut on 6 April, coming off the bench on the 69th minute to replace Simeon Raykov in a 3–1 away loss against Botev Plovdiv.[8]


External links

  • Soccerbase
  • Profile at Soccerway

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