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Wolves will not be regretting the decision to axe Nazon and Gladon

Paul Gladon and Duckens Nazon, both formerly of Wolverhampton Wanderers, are now playing for Sint-Truiden in Belgium.

Sint-Truiden compete in the Belgian Pro League and it was a chance for both players to kick-start their careers.

But their struggles at Sint-Truiden seem to have vindicated Wolves’ decision to get rid of both players.

Gladon’s time at Wolves has been a disaster since his summer 2016 switch from Heracles Almelo.

In two-and-a-half years with the West Midlands outfit, the Dutchman has only managed to make three appearances.

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And without a goal to his name, his time in England has been extremely unsuccessful.

Last season, the 26-year-old went back to Heracles on loan, scoring six times in 32 games.

And this year, he has managed two outings for Sint-Truiden, without a goal to show for his efforts.

Nazon’s time at Wolves was also unsuccessful, making no appearances for the senior side after his switch from Kerala Blasters in India.

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The Haiti international has, however, found success in England with eight goals on loan at Coventry City and six goals for Oldham Athletic.

This summer, he moved to Sint-Truiden on a permanent deal but he has only played five games so far.

The 24-year-old’s only goal for the club came in a cup win over KFC Duffel, according to Who Scored, who play in the amateur league.

With one cup goal between them, Nazon and Gladon are struggling in Belgium and Wolves’ decision to let them go has been justified.

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