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Abdou Ahmed Sall

Abdou Sall is a very tall 6ft 3in centre back who originally signed for the club at the start of the 2001/02 season.

He joined us from the French club Toulouse after starting his career with French 3rd Div side Montauban.

He then made his debut for our 1st team in the 4-1 defeat of York City in October, scoring on his debut.

This made him an instant hit with the fans and he looked to be one to watch out for.

Sadly after a bright start with us he started the 2002/3 season with a mystery injury that started soon after Jan Molby left the club.  He went out on loan to Oxford Utd but left after a row with them and eventually left the Harriers in February 2003 after falling out with Ian Britton.

He then turned up at Nuneaton Borough but then got himself sacked a few days later for a bad attitude problem.

Things went quiet then and he was thought to be back home in France but then one day he turned up at Aggborough asking for his old job back.  Jan Molby obliged and he signed on non-contract terms as cover.

Once Molby had left again Sall fell out of favour with the new Harriers boss, Stuart Watkiss.  He played a handful of games but was again released at the end of the season.

FACTFILE:
Born: Senegal 01-11-1980 Height: 6ft 3ins Weight: 13st 6lbs Position: Defender
Club
Date
Fee
Apps
Goals
Montauban
No data
No data
No data
No data
Toulouse
No data
No data
No data
No data
Harriers
18-09-01 : 14-02-03
Free
36
3
Oxford Utd
30-11-02 : 02-02-03
Loan
2
0
Nuneaton Boro
28-02-03 : No data
Free
3
0
Harriers
13-02-04 : 09-05-05
Free
15
0
Forest Green
20-07-05 : 18-05-06
Free
26
4
St Pauli
18-05-06 : No data
Free
No data
No data




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