By Alieu Ceesay
Teenager Lamin Marreh has recently made a significant move in his football career, signing a one-year deal with Spanish Juvenile division de Honor Sub 19 club Clube Desportivo Sobradillo.
The 17-year-old player, born in the Gambia, caught the attention of the Spanish club due to his remarkable performances as a center back for Ofra during the previous season.
Marreh’s abilities and potential were evident during his time in Bakau, the Gambia, where he showcased his talent in his preferred CB position. As a center back, Marreh consistently displayed exceptional skills.
Having joined Club Desportivo Sobradillo in June 2023, Marreh is currently undergoing rigorous training to prepare for the upcoming preseason.
The Spanish club recognizes his potential and is investing in his development, aiming to nurture his talent and provide him with a platform to grow as a player.
The signing of Marreh demonstrates the growing trend of young African players making waves in international football. His move to the Spanish club signifies a significant step forward in his career and presents him with opportunities to further hone his skills and compete at a higher level.
As the pre-season kickoff approaches, Marreh is eager to prove himself on the field and make a positive impact for Clube Desportivo Sobradillo in the Spanish Juvenile division de Honor Sub 19.
The upcoming season holds much promise for this talented Gambian teenager, and football enthusiasts will be keeping a close eye on his progress in Spain.