INFO GOAL – Passed through Dijon a few months ago, the young French goalkeeper Alexis Andrew Jr will be put to the test by Bristol Rovers (D3 English).
Free to engage with the club of his choice after an adventure of a year at the Nike Academy, the young French goalkeeper Alexis Andrew Jr (20 years old) will take the direction to Bristol Rovers for a one-week trial with the club D3 English.
James Rodriguez, the surprise parisian
At the initiative of Matt Murray, the coach of the keepers of the Nike Academy, testing the native of Mulhouse will begin Monday and could end up in an opposition friendly Saturday 8 July. The opportunity for Alexis Andrew Jr show up in game situations.
In France, Dijon has seen it at work
Passed by Strasbourg, Vauban, or even Schiltigheim, Alexis Andrew Jr has been offered to several clubs in recent months. Dijon was put to the test at the end of April, but the timing is dictated by the future of Baptiste Reynet has not played for a signature.
Laurent Weber, the coach of the keepers of Dijon, has enjoyed his passage, but no professional contract was offered to the player by the result. Same observation with Leeds United (D2 English) and Bury (D3 English), where he also conducted a test.
Follow-up time by AJ Auxerre, before the arrival of Jérémie Janot, Alexis Andrew Jr arrives at Bristol Rovers with the ambition to prove himself in a club that has lost Kelle Roos, Will Puddy and Joe Lumley, his three guards last season.