Official : Olumide Durojaiye Joins Non-League Club WokingPublished: February 27, 2019
Nigerian midfielder Olumide Durojaiye has completed a transfer to National League South club Woking.
The paperwork was completed in time for the 26-year-old to debut for Woking in their 1-0 win away at Truro City on Tuesday.
Born in London, Durojaiye began his career with the youth team of Tottenham Hotspur before moving to Norwich City.
He has gone on to play for Falkirk, Brechin City, Enfield Town, Haringey Borough, Hayes & Yeading United, HungerfordTown, Welling United, Braintree Town and Maidstone United.
The dual-eligible Durojaiye has been invited to train with the Flying Eagles in the past.
Following their 1-0 win vs Truro, Woking are second on the table with 65 points from 31 games and their new signing is in line to make his home debut when they face Chippenham Town next Saturday.
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