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Aldershot Town sign Stevenage striker Guy Madjo

Guy Madjo
Madjo only made one substitute appearance for Stevenage

Aldershot Town have signed Stevenage striker Guy Madjo on an 18-month deal for an undisclosed five-figure fee.

The 27-year-old has been on loan at Port Vale this season, scoring four goals in six games, including a hat-trick against Aldershot in December.

Madjo, who has now played for nine English clubs in six years, told BBC Surrey: "I've been brought to score goals. If a chance comes, I'll take it.

"Wherever I play, I don't feel any pressure. I just express myself."

The Cameroonian said: "What I'm looking for is to start playing football and enjoying myself.

"I'm not going to thank him [Shots manager Dean Holdsworth] by saying words, but by acting on the pitch. In the past few years, I haven't really established myself as I've been up and down. I hope it really works here, and why not finish my career here? That would be brilliant."

Holdsworth said: "I've been negotiating with Stevenage for a while. He's really hungry to play, and has a great appetite for goals. Guy will handle that responsibility and he'll handle that pressure."

Aldershot have gone five games without a goal, and Madjo understands he needs to deliver quickly: "I never set targets on my goals.

"If I don't take a chance, I know the next one will come. They've got some good players, all players here have got something. We going to build a good team together, it's not all about me."

League One Stevenage will be entitled to a percentage of any further sale.

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see also
Port Vale 4-0 Aldershot
19 Dec 11 |  League Two
Vale sign three on deadline day
24 Nov 11 |  Port Vale
Striker Madjo heads to Stevenage
13 Jun 11 |  Stevenage
Shrews terminate Madjo contract
05 Dec 08 |  Shrewsbury

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