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Bostik League Premier club Dulwich Hamlet have signed goalkeeper Corey Addai on loan from SkyBet League Two side Coventry City.

The Sky Blues beat a host of rival clubs to sign the promising 6`4” tall keeper from Arsenal in 2014.

The 20-year-old initially signed a two-year apprenticeship before signing pro terms in 2016, stating the influence of goalkeeping coach Steve Ogrizovic as his main decision to put pen-to-paper.

Addai has joined Hamlet until 31st March.

He made three league and two cup appearances for Dulwich`s league rivals Hendon on loan in January.


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