Braintree Town Snap Up Nigerian Midfielder Cole Who Was On Crystal Palace, Millwall RadarPublished: June 20, 2019
National League South side Braintree Town have today completed the signing of Nigerian holding midfielder Adeyinka Cole, informs the Iron on their official website.
The former Blackpool youth teamer is moving up the English football pyramid having starred for Grays Athletic last season.
Cole was one of the most outstanding players in non-league football during the 2018-2019 campaign and allnigeriasoccer.com can exclusively report that he was watched by Crystal Palace and Millwall scouts last season with a view to a transfer.
''Ade is a talented holding midfielder who was with me at Leiston, having switched from Grays Athletic in December 2016,'' Braintree manager Glen Driver stated.
''His work rate both on and off the ball is as good as I've seen anywhere. Another good signing for us and I look forward to working with him and can't wait to see him in a Braintree shirt."
The 24-year-old Cole has also played for Enfield Town, Romford and Leiston.
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