Eyong Enoh (2008)
Enoh played in the youth teams of the Cameroonian team FC Tiko Young Stars FC and Mount Cameroon. At the beginning of his professional career, he moved to Cyprus in 2004 to SK Mağusa Türk Gücü. In 2007, the midfielder decided a change to South Africa Ajax Cape Town. There he established himself and Cape Town's European partner club Ajax Amsterdam became aware of the Cameroonian. Thus, the Dutch club Enoh undertook in the summer of 2008, and lured him back to Europe. On 21 September 2008 he made his debut in the Eredivisie.
On January 31, 2013 Enoh moved to end of the season on loan to Fulham.
For the second half of the season 2013/14 he moved to the Turkish first division club Antalyaspor.
The midfielder made his debut on June 7, 2009 in the national team of his native country when he ran aground in the match against Mexico. Enoh was appointed to the levy of the Cameroonian national team for the World Cup 2010 in South Africa and used in two games.
- ABSA Cup ( South African Cup ) with Ajax Cape Town: 2007
- Dutch Cup Winner 2010
- Dutch master: 2011
- Dutch master: 2012
- Footballer of the Year in South Africa: 2008