Latest News

Manneh Heads To Gambia For U20 Call-Up

Former Leyton Orient Apprentice Musa Manneh recently received an invitation from the Gambia Football Association to join the national U20 squad.

Since his arrival in Gambia last week Musa has begun trials with the Darling Scorpions who are preparing to face big guns like Cameroon, Nigerian and Ghana in the group stage of the upcoming Caf African U20 Youth Tournament.

The young midfielder, who was released by Leyton Orient last summer after his two-year Apprenticeship, looked sharp following an impressive performance at the team’s training centre in Brikama under the guidance of coach Lamin Sarr.

Fully aware of the stern competition he will face in order to secure regular 1st team action with the Darling U20 team, he said: “My desire is to break my way into the Gambia national U20 team for the Caf Youth Championship even though it will be difficult considering the good players in the team.”

Birmingham-born Manneh, who can also play as a left-back, joined Leyton Orient as a schoolboy in 2002 following a brief spell with Aston Villa.

Other General News

MK Dons Hold Onto Academy Prospect Gyamfi

MK Dons Hold Onto Academy Prospect Gyamfi

Edward Gyamfi has put pen to paper on his first professional contract following an impressive campaign with the Under-18s last term…

General News
Bartley Agrees Professional Terms

Bartley Agrees Professional Terms

Eighteen-year-old Quaine Bartley has penned his first professional contract with AFC Wimbledon, committing his future for the next two years…

General News
Morris Makes Switch To Scotland

Morris Makes Switch To Scotland

Fleetwood Town academy graduate Shayden Morris has joined Scottish Premiership side Aberdeen on a four-year deal after the two clubs agreed an undisclosed fee…

General News