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Yankuba comes to Walsall

Yankuba comes to Walsall

Gambian international Yankuba Ceesay has come into Walsall for a trial and plays in tonights Reserve game against Coventry which has been moved to the Lamb, Tamworth.

The combative midfielder shares an agent with Mr Sunshine Eddie Sonko. Having come up through the national Gambian leagues to earn a move to Cyprus where he played for AEK Larnaca, then he moved to the Peruvian league with Alainza Atletico. However with the season in Peru ending in December he is hoping to follow his cousin who plays in Europe in the Dutch league for Willem II.

He goes straight into tonights reserve side.

Writer:Jorge's Jottings
Date:Wednesday January 9 2008
Time: 2:56PM

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hope he is good and can be a decent player for you internationals usually mean they ahve potiental but that doesn't always mean they can play
ozanne park rangers
23/01/2008 18:32:00
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