Former Chicken Inn Winger Calum Brown Joins English Club

Former Chicken Inn winger, Calum English-Brown, has embarked on a new chapter in his football journey by joining the lower English league side, Yate Town. The winger’s departure from Chicken Inn occurred before the conclusion of the previous campaign, as he opted to return to his parent club, Legends Academy, citing limited playing time as the primary reason.

Calum English-Brown, who had the opportunity to showcase his talent at Everton with Legends Academy in late November, has now secured a move to Yate Town, a non-league club competing in the eighth division of the Southern Football League. The signing is described as a short-term arrangement.

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Yate Town officially announced the acquisition of both Calum English-Brown and forward Jack Ball in a statement. The club expressed pleasure in welcoming the duo to strengthen their squad. Calum’s last stint was with Chicken Inn FC in Zimbabwe, where he competed in the challenging Zimbabwean Premier League.

Darren Mullings, the manager of Yate Town, commented on the new signing, noting Calum’s impressive technical abilities during training. Mullings highlighted that the Zimbabwean player, who is in England for a brief period, would be eligible for selection while he remains with the club.

It’s worth noting that Calum English-Brown is a cousin of Milo Murgatroyd, another player at Yate Town, who operates as a forward. As Yate Town embraces these additions, Calum’s temporary presence is expected to contribute to the team’s dynamics and provide valuable options in the upcoming matches. The move signifies an exciting opportunity for the Zimbabwean player to showcase his skills in the English non-league football scene.

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