KV Oostende hires 18-year-old Pierre Dwomoh from Antwerp: “A unique talent”

KV Oostende has secured a new midfielder and is renting Pierre Dwomoh of Antwerp. The Kustboys also have a purchase option on the 18-year-old midfielder.

Valerie Van Avermaet

Pierre Dwomoh played football in the youth at KV Mechelen and Anderlecht, but it is at RC Genk that he first made a name for himself. As a 15-year-old, he already trained with the Genk A-squad in preparation for the 2019-2020 season. The following season he would also make his debut in the Limburg main force. In the summer of 2021, Antwerp bought him from Genk for a considerable amount. He eventually played thirteen times with the team from Antwerp, including several games in Play-off I and in the Europa League. For the past six months he was rented to the Portuguese Braga, but now he is moving from the Portuguese to the Belgian coast.


Gauthier Ganaye, executive president of KVO, is delighted with the arrival of the midfielder: “Pierre is a unique talent. Which player can say that he already played Play-off 1 as a 17-year-old? We are therefore very pleased that we can bring him to Ostend. He chooses KVO because we give young players plenty of playing opportunities here and that is what he needs at this time in his career, playing opportunity. He will of course have to work hard but after several conversations with him I am 100 percent convinced that he is eager to prove himself here. So we have a very talented midfielder.”

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