Trialist Andoh to Sign in January
Friday, 6th Dec 2019 15:34
Town have confirmed that they will sign defender Levi Andoh on an 18-month deal on January 1st, the 19-year-old having been on trial earlier in the season.
Andoh (pictured left), who was with Worcester City in the second half of last season, was previously with Cradley Town, Thompson Rivers University in Canada, Wolverhampton Casuals and Ormiston North East Wolverhampton Football Academy.
Born in Amsterdam, the 6ft 3in tall defender was brought up in Leicester.
He played at right-back in the U23s games against Bolton and Cardiff, in which he picked up two assists, but can operate all across the backline and in midfield.
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