Andre Kona N'Gole
|Full name||Andre Kona N'Gole|
|Date of birth||16 June 1970|
|Place of birth||Robunbashi, Zaire (now DR Congo)|
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
Andre Kona N'Gole (born 16 June 1970 in Robunbashi, Zaire (Now known as Democratic Republic of the Congo) is a Congolese football player. He started playing for Jomo Cosmos in South Africa where he was discovered by FIFA agent Marcelo Houseman who made his transfer to play Striker for Gençlerbirliği in the Turkish Super League, for 5 seasons.
By scoring 74 goals including 12 penalties for Gençlerbirliği, he became the all time top scorer of the club, a record that had previously stood since 1958. Between 1993 (23 August 1993) and 2001 (26 May 2001), he played 147 matches totalling 12,458 minutes for the club.
He has scored a total of 97 goals in 265 games in the Turkish Super League.
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