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EXPERIENCED STRIKER JOINS TOWN

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Following the recent injury to Mo,  Andy Leese has moved quickly to strengthen our first team squad, with the signing of experienced striker KEZIE IBE.

Kezie will be known to many Towners, and full details of his football career, and impressive goal-scoring record with a number of clubs, can be seen in the posting made on the ETFC official website earlier today.

Welcome Kezie.

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Probably a prudent signing in the circumstances.  It cannot be doubted that Kezie has gained vast experience over the years but time has taken it's toll on his recent playing and goal scoring record. 

Because of this and in fairness to AL I feel he has made it clear, by his comments following the signing, that it may prove to be only temporary whilst we are short staffed due to injuries.  

Nether the less, let's hope Kezie has a reincarnation and surprises us all!!!

Edited by 4wembleyfinals

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Strikes me as an inherently sensible signing - I'm not expecting him to set the world alight based on his recent form, but with Mo injured, if anything happened to Bricknell, we'd be stuffed. At least with Ibe, we have someone in the squad with experience who knows how to play the position. Believe Andy said in his update that it's likely to be a short term arrangement (reading between the lines, I guess that means until Mo is back up and running again).

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Agree Barney, but if as reported MO has broken a metatarsal, then even allowing for his age, it would be normal for him take at least 6/8 weeks for the bone to heal before he renews training. However, depending on the nature of the break, some young people have been known to recover  within a month. But unfortunately this is not the norm. So we will have to wait and see how Mo gets on and wish him a speedy recovery.

Edited by 4wembleyfinals

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Agree with both Barney and 4WF's comments.  It's a crying shame that Mo has suffered this injury , so soon after joining our Club, as he certainly looks a good player and has made a very useful contribution to the team, during the limited games he has played. At the risk of being shot down in flames, my understanding, for what it is worth, is that Mo has broken a toe, not the metatarsal. It was good to see him at the Lewes match last Saturday, and I am sure everyone will join in wishing him a speedy recovery, and return to first team action. Good luck Mo!

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Yes it's a shame LH. Again the time for the healing process for a toe is similar to that of a metatarsal depending upon which toe it relates to. In any event it would not be wise for him to contemplate renewing training before he is advised to so.

As it appears was at last weeks game one can hopefully assumes it was not a big toe as this can take much longer to repair. 

Edited by 4wembleyfinals

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