Liverpool Allow Charles Itandje Join Kavala On Loan

The reserve goalkeeper has left Anfield on a temporary basis...
Charles Itandje, 26, formerly of Racing Club de Lens, where he established his first-team credentials, accumulating 170 first-team appearances in the league, has left Liverpool to join Greek side Kavala on loan, according to the BBC.

The move, scheduled to be complete at the end of June 2010, was perhaps cemented in April last season, when various members of Liverpool's congregation during the Hillsborough memorial service complained about inappropriate behaviour from Itandje.

The Frenchman was perceived to be nudging team-mates, and giggling, and the club indicated that they would be imposing the most severe of punishments. Itandje later apologised for his actions.

The Bobigny-born glovesman amassed just seven first-team appearances for Liverpool during his two seasons on the Mersey, none of which were in the league.

Kavala are top flight new-boys in Greece, having placed third in the Beta Ethniki last season.

Alan Dawson, Goal.com