Evouna is best known for his time with Al Ahly in Cairo. He arrived from Wydad Casablanca, Morocco, for a fee EUR2.25m.
After a strong season at the Reds where he won the league title and the Egypt Super Cup, and also scored a historic goal in the Cairo derby. Evouna moved to China with TJ Teda for EUR7.25m, a record for Al Ahly as well as the Egyptian Premier League.
Evouna moved to China after scoring 13 goals and five assists in 31 matches with Al Ahly. He then played just three games in Asia before being loaned out to Konyaspor in Turkey and then to Santa Clara in Portugal on a free.
Evouna spent his time at Santa Clara. He was loaned by CD Nacional Madiera but he saw a dramatic decline in his performance with all three clubs. Konyaspor scored once in the 28 combined games.
In November 2020, Evouna returned to North Africa via Tunisia’s CS Sfaxien. He was released less then a year later after only three appearances in which he did not score any goals.
The 29-year old has been playing at AS Pelican since then. However, he has returned to Egypt, where he has played his best football, and signed a two-year contract for Aswan.
Aswan were relegated from the First Division League last season after two years in the top flight. But they bounced back quickly, winning their group and securing a place in the Egyptian Premier League’s next season.
The team has also announced Rabie Yassin as their new head coach for Egypt U20, who will surely be pleased with Evouna’s signing.
Evouna is a veteran of the Gabonese national soccer team, where he has played 36 times. He scored 12 goals and was part their team at the 2017 and 2015 AFCONs.