Have you heard the news? Dover athletics have re-assigned Moses Emmanuel from Bromley Football Club. Yes! That’s true.
Moses Ademola – an excellent footballer- started his career with a magic spell at Croydon Athletic in 2007. He scored 19 goals for Croydon Athletic. While playing at Croydon, Moses also played in the final of a reality show, and he was also featured for Football Icon 2. Football league scouts spotted him and then he signed for Brentford. His transfer fee and all expenditures were looked upon by Brentford. Ademola signed his first professional deal with Brentford. He spent two years of his life making his career and played eight times during his two-year period at Brentford. After Brentford, Moses signed a two-year contract with Woking. In 2012, Moses joined Eastleigh club; he scored seven goals, and he was the top scorer when he decided to leave the club. It was in 2012 when he joined Dover Athletic but after playing at Crabble and winning it, he was not spotted in Chris plans despite him taking part in the conference in 2013. He left the Dover Athletic Club in the mid of 2014 and joined Bromley as Moses Emmanuel.
Emmanuel played an excellent spell striking 20 goals at Bromley, including a hat-trick causing the biggest win against Torquay. He was a midfielder at Bromley Football Club. He scored 37 goals in just two seasons and caught the eyes of many other leagues including Gillingham and Kinnear. Emmanuel contract with Bromley expired this summer, and he has been enjoying playing with football clubs for a very long time that catches eyes of the national leagues. A random spokesperson at Bromley said, “Everyone at Bromley Football Club would like to thank Moses for his considerable effort and the superb number of goals he scored during his time at Lane and wished him all the very best for the future”.
The future of Moses Emmanuel was unclear when Smith, the boss of ravens, announced the name of participants, at the start of this month; he was having in his team and of those participants who were not going to be the part of his team. Moses Emmanuel name was not on his list, and Bromley also didn’t confirm any news about Moses Emmanuel.
But on the 5th of August 2016, Dover Athletic Club confirmed the signing of Moses Emmanuel from Bromley Football Club. Moses is back after two complete seasons when he first joined Dover Athletic Club as Moses Ademola, and it’s a name commonly known to his Dover’s Fans and needs no introduction. Chris Kinnear was confident that Dover had gained such reputation that has the power to attract other players, particularly after winning the fifth-place at a national league. And his confident win, when he declared the return of Moses Emmanuel, following his departure from the other club. Now, Dover Athletic Football Club is planning a campaign that is away from Wrexham for the year 2016-2017.
There is no doubt that Dover FC fans are waiting with bated breath as the sensational Moses Ademola is set to live up to his good old reputation of being a force to reckon with on the pitch.