Emmanuel Sonupe joins Stevenage after former Spurs and England youth international signs from Kiddersminster

PUBLISHED: 12:48 14 June 2018 | UPDATED: 12:54 14 June 2018

Stevenage have signed former England youth international Emmanuel Sonupe from Kidderminster. CREDIT: Stevenage FC

Stevenage have signed former England youth international Emmanuel Sonupe from Kidderminster. CREDIT: Stevenage FC

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Stevenage have made their third signing of the week...

Emmanuel Sonupé has signed with the Lamex outfit.

The 22-year-old former Spurs and England youth international signed for Dino Maamria from Kidderminster Harriers after netting 15 goals with seven assists from a wide position last term.

Speaking at this unveiling at the club’s training ground, Bragbury End, he said: “I’m delighted to have joined Stevenage and grateful for the opportunity.

“I can’t wait to get started now.

“It is an exciting time and I am eager to meet the lads and prove myself.”

As part of the deal, centre-back Ryan Johnson has joined Kidderminster on loan until January.

Earlier this week Boro snapped up former Lincoln City goalkeeper Paul Farman and landed the experienced Michael Timlin from Southend.

The League Two fixtures will be released a week on Thursday, with many tipping Maamria’s men for promotion as he reshapes the squad after taking over from Darren Sarll towards the end of last season.


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