Forest Green Rovers` Clovis Kamdjo will remain on loan with league rivals Boreham Wood for the remainder of the season.

The Cameroonian midfielder initially joined the Hertfordshire club on a three-month loan in September, and it has now been agreed to extend his stay until the end of the campaign.




Kamdjo, who signed for Forest Green in June 2014, has made forty-three appearances in all competitions for the club.

He’s set to continue helping Boreham Wood in their battle to avoid relegation having played an important role in their midfield since moving to the Meadow Park outfit.

The 25-year-old has appeared sixteen times in league and cup in his loan spell, finding the back of the net three times.

Having started his career with Reading, Cameroon under-21 international Kamdjo earned his big break in the Football League where he appeared over 100 times for Barnet.

He moved to Salisbury City in 2013, and after their demise transferred to The New Lawn on a two-year contract.

Source: www.footballconference.co.uk


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