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Andwelé Slory

Andwelé  Slory
Birthdate:September 27, 1982 in Paramaribo
International:2(0) caps(goals)
Current club:Retired
Former club(s):FC Dordrecht, Adelaide United (Aus), Levski Sofia (Bul), West Bromwich Albion (Eng), Feyenoord, Excelsior, Telstar
In the January 2010 transfer period, Andwelé Slory moved on a free transfer abroad to WBA. His Feyenoord contract was ending in June 2010. The situation at Feyenoord was that he had an option in his contract so the management had a choice: either to take up that option and bind him for another year or decline so that he would be available for free transfer.

Andy Slory penned a five-month contract, plus a further year option. The twice-capped Dutch international joined Dutchman Zuiverloon at the Baggies. However in May 2010 his contract ended. He played just six times.

At the end of August 2010, Slory moved to Bulgaria to join fellow former Feyenoord player Serginho Greene at Levski Sofia. Slory has signed a 2-year contract until 2012.

His lack of fitness and after suffering from an injury resulted in returning his contract. Levski accepted the return and Slory was released from his contract in December 2010.

At the end of December 2010, A-League club Adelaide United confirmed the signing of winger Andwele Slory. Slory is only eligible to play for the Reds after the 1st of January 2011, his contract as a ‘guest player’ allowing him to play a maximum of ten games during the 2010-11 season, which includes finals. Adelaide United left the door open for the possibility of staying on beyond the end of the season and extended his contract for the 2011-12 season.

Andwelé Slory announced his retirement of professional football at the end of November 2011. He returned home from Australia and expressed his feelings for professional football were over and he wanted to start his own company back home. Slory played just 11 matches Down Under.

In January 2015, Slory found himself a new club in FC Dordrecht. He joined the club, but was released at the end of the season. Slory retired and is currently a youth trainer at 2nd division club BVV Barendrecht.

Last update: November 07, 2016