Ebbsfleet United have signed 22-year-old striker Moses Ashikodi on contract until the end of the season.
The 5ft 10in former England Youth International was previously with Kettering Town, but started his career with Millwall, making his debut aged 15 as the youngest-ever Lions’ first-teamer, before moving on to West Ham. A loan spell at Gillingham was followed by a short stay with Rangers where he appeared in an Old Firm derby before he joined Watford.
Ashikodi’s first game for Ebbsfleet could be against one of his former clubs, as Kettering visit Stonebridge Road tonight for a rearranged Blue Square Premier division game starting at 7.45pm.
See Moses Ashikodi’s player profile [ HERE ].
?I have been impressed with Liam in recent weeks, he has been very persistent and persuasive and has sold the club to me very well,” Ashikodi told vice chairman Roly Edwards. “I know quite a few of the lads here already and grew up with Ishmael [Welsh] and Shakesy, we all live close together so sharing travelling is good too. I am looking forward to scoring regularly and helping to secure the club’s future in the Conference. I aim to start tonight (if selected) against my old club – that would be a great way to start?.
For tonight?s game with Kettering and for the remainder of the season the admission charged for juniors aged between 5 and 11 years of age inclusive will be