jordan Posted January 2, 2005 Share Posted January 2, 2005 From Sky Belgian club Racing Genk have a fresh enquiry for Odd Grenland striker Olivier Occean. The Canadian international has been the Norwegian club's top goalscorer the past two seasons and was involved in his country's ill-fated World Cup qualifying campaign in the Concacaf region this past autumn. The former Southern Connecticut State University player is thought to be interested in playing at a higher level in Europe and a move to Belgium's Jupiler Liga might be an option for the Brossard, Quebec native. It is thought Odd Grenland may have dropped their price for Occean after Genk were initially turned away with an enquiry earlier in the season. Occean joined Odd Grenland two seasons ago after deciding not to sign for Major League Soccer side New York/New Jersey MetroStars. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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