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Two In – One Out At Greenwich

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Bostik League South club Greenwich Borough have announced the arrival of two new signings in Ali Fuseini and Sam Corne.

Feseini is a 28-year-old Ghanaian defensive midfielder who joins from Vanarama National League South side Welling United.

Signed by Millwall at 16 from Sunday League football, Fuseini progressed from a scholarship with the Lions eventually into the first-team where he made seventy-six appearances from 2006 to 2010, leaving the club for Lincoln City after helping Millwall reach the Championship.

He made fifty-one appearances in 2010/11 but was one of many released when the Imps lost their Football League status.

A very brief spell at Eastleigh was followed by the first of two spells with Bromley, making a total of 135 appearances for the Lilywhites, scoring 13 goals in two spells in 2012/13 and 2014 to 2016.

Sandwiched in between was a season at Sutton United, making twenty-nine appearances.

Fuseini joined Welling in September 2016 where he made thirty-one appearances last season.

Corne is a 21-year-old right-footed midfielder who has also been part of the Wings set-up, playing for Welling over four seasons from 2013 to 2016, making seventy-five appearances, scoring 6 times.

Sam Corne

Corne joined another then-National League side, Braintree Town, for the 2016/17 season, re-uniting with Jamie Day who had brought him through youth football in a satellite academy for Cambridge United in South London.

He went on to make thirty appearances last season for the Iron, scoring 4 goals.

Meanwhile, Greenwich have agreed the release Stefan Wright by mutual consent.

Stefan Wright

The lively 23-year-old midfielder joined Boro from Sittingbourne in February and made thirteen appearances in his short time with the club.

Winning over many supporters for his attitude both on and off the pitch, Wright is great guy to have on your side and in the dressing room and will be missed.

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