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Greenwich Borough see winger leave as he chases move into pro game

Greenwich Borough see winger leave as he chases move into pro game

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Mohamed Eisa Greenwich Borough v Corinthian Casuals, Ryman South Playoff Semi-Final, DGS Marine Stadium, 25 April 2017. Image by Keith Gillard

Greenwich Borough have lost the services of Mohamed Eisa – with the winger determined to land a move into the professional game.

The winger, 23, has scored 57 goals in 100 games for the Ryman League Division One South side and was part of their SCEFL title-winning side in 2015-16.

“The club maintain a proud stance to not stand in the way of our number of talented young players if they attempt to move into the professional game,” said Greenwich in a statement.

Sports Editor | South London Press sports editor since 2007 who has covered huge sporting events for the paper – Crystal Palace’s Championship play-off final, two trips to Wembley in the FA Cup and David Haye’s world heavyweight unification fight with Wladimir Klitschko. Previously sub-edited on the Sunday Mirror, Daily Star and Sport First. Former ClubCall deputy editor.

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Greenwich Borough see winger leave as he chases move into pro game