Mo becomes an Angel
Chelmsford midfielder signs
Tonbridge Angels are delighted to welcome to the Halcyon Wealth Longmead Stadium, Mohammad Dabre, a 20 year-old midfielder from Chelmsford City, who signs on a permanent deal.
Mo is of Italian descent and spent his youth career at Calcio Lecco 1912 before moving to England where he joined the Crystal Palace Volenti Academy.
He spent two years at Swindon Town, making his debut in an EFL Trophy tie against Arsenal Under-21’s scoring in a 2-1 win and going on to start all four games in that competition. He also made his FA Cup debut as a late substitute against Manchester City.
During his time at Swindon he had loan spells at National League South clubs Chippenham Town and Worthing, where in two spells he made 18 appearances, scoring five times before moving to Chelmsford City prior to the beginning of this season. He has made eight appearances at Melbourne Park.
Jay Saunders said of his signing: “Mo Is a great addition to our squad, he is someone that we have monitored for a while now and every time he has played against us he has really impressed me with his energy and quality! The fact that he is comfortable in a few different positions is a real bonus and I’m sure the fans will take to him very quickly.”