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Greens sign keeper on loan from Coventry City

Greensnet Editor
Thu 11 Jan 2018, 18:07

Gary McCann has signed 20 year old goalkeeper Corey Addai on a months loan from Coventry City ahead of Saturday's FA Trophy tie at Sutton United.

Corey, who is the son of former Enfield and Chesham United (amongst other clubs) keeper Kenny Addai, began his career at Arsenal.

Speaking to Greensnet this evening Gary McCann said "We brought Montel Joseph back from Cheshunt with the intention of playing him at Merstham on Saturday and then against Corinthian-Casuals on Tuesday. However, with Saturday's game being called off, and then discovering that Montel was cup-tied in the league cup, we felt it was unfair on him to put him straight into the game at Sutton.

"However, we are very pleased to have Corey at the club. He is a very talented young keeper and is now in his second pro contract at Coventry."