By Sulayman Bah
Omar AlieuKoroma a Gambian midfield-winger got on the score sheet Tuesday
night firing in the opening goal in Dulwich’sHamlet’s win in the
Koroma blasted home from a scramble in the box placing his shot past a
stunned Angel goalkeeper to the back of the net.
Delwich later doubled the score from the spot-kick to put the game
beyond Angel’s reach.
OJ, released by Green Rovers last season on mutual consent, joined Dulwich Hamlet Football following a trial. The helmet pink and blues
–the side’s nickname – plies its trade in the Isthmian League –sixth
division of English football.
OJ made his debut for the club two weeks ago in a match that ended a
stalemate and even helped assist one of the two goals scored by his
Once considered one of Gambia’s brightest rising talent in 2010, the ex-Banjul Hawks has been dwindling in performance since being
waived by administration-hit Portsmouth. Frequent injuries have also
not helped his case.
He had had stints at Norwich City then in the Championship and Forest
Green Rovers. An unsuccessful trial in Brondby and most recently at