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[Albion] Enock Mwepu (Retired 10/10/2022)

Easy 10

Brain dead MUG SHEEP
Jul 5, 2003
Location Location
Devasting for the lad, I'm absolutely gutted. He was a player I enjoyed watching, he was developing very nicely and was one of the reasons I wasn't overly fussed about losing Bissouma. The abiding memories will be THAT goal at Anfield - one of the greatest strikes I've ever seen from a player in the stripes.

Just so gutted.

lawros left foot

Glory hunting since 1969
Jun 11, 2011

Pogue Mahone

Well-known member
Apr 30, 2011
Jesus, that's awful news. I loved watching him play, and he is clearly a lovely bloke. I had such high hopes for him.

Poor Enock, I hope he has a happy and fulfilling life in whatever he chooses to do next.


New member
Aug 31, 2017
I hope we at least offer him some sort of coaching role while he does his badges, so sorry to hear this news Enock. Wishing the best for you and your family.

Brian Fantana

Well-known member
Oct 8, 2006
In the field
Absolutely shocking news. Truly gutted for the lad. As others have said, on his day he was absolutely exceptional - definitely gave us something different in midfield. He always seemed to have a smile on his face too. Considering he was with us for such a short time, he scored two terrific goals. The one at Arsenal last season was such a clean strike.

Perhaps we could organise some sort of e-card/collective best wishes to him from NSC?

Couldn't Be Hyypia

We've come a long long way together
Nov 12, 2006
Near Dorchester, Dorset
That is such terrible news for him and his family. As a bright, communicative man, hopefully he still has a future in the sport he loves.

Good luck Enoch. So, so disappointed that we won't see you playing at the Amex again.

The Fits

Well-known member
Jun 29, 2020
Just seen this news. How absolutely heartbreaking.

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Oct 8, 2008
If it's possible to be gutted and happy at the same time then that's what I feel.

Nobody not ever will score a better goal than his at Anfield,cross my arse Sourness,enjoy your family Smiler.


Solly March Fan Club
Nov 22, 2007
Sarisbury Green, Southampton
Dreadful news, I feel so so sad. I thought the reports around his illness were a bit cryptic but I wasn't expecting this. Thank god the condition was found before it was too late.

I have thoroughly enjoyed watching him, never quite knew exactly what you were going to get which made him even more enigmatic but some moments of absolute brilliance. I'm going to miss his big smile terribly.


Silent Assassin
Aug 16, 2019
Sussex by the Sea
Such sad news. Seemed a great character and decent player so will certainly be missed but health must come first. Wishing him well and hope he manages to find something within football to keep him with the game in some form. Thank you for your contribution Enoch and best wishes for the future.

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