Home Sports Redskin ‘I never gave up’: ‘Uncle Albert’ on joining boyhood club after amazing... SportsRedskin ‘I never gave up’: ‘Uncle Albert’ on joining boyhood club after amazing journey November 5, 2020 3 Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Albert Adomah was 16 when he turned up for a trial at Harrow Borough’s reserves. At that age, most players with obvious talent who would one day go on to appear at the World Cup would already be in the system, part of a decent-sized club’s academy having been scouted by one of the ruthless talent machines that seeks out promising young players and piles them up, like excess stock in a warehouse. But Adomah, one of about 90 hopefuls that arrived that day, was not asked back, lost among the throngs trying to get into the game. A couple of months later though, wounds suitably licked, he went back for another trial at Harrow, this time for the youth team. This time he was successful, and before too long he was playing for the reserves that only a short time earlier had rejected him. There was a problem though. He had continued turning out for Old Meadonians, a team based in Chiswick, West London that plays in the Amateur Combinations League, with whom… READ NEWS SOURCE RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR [Fansided: Riggo's Rag] – Four Washington Football Team players deserving of game balls vs. Bengals Taysom Hill might be an enigma to some, but the potential the Saints saw is real [NFL: Washington Redskins] – WFT Daily: A Winning Formula After long wait, the Texans are finally giving Keke Coutee another chance [Washington Post] – All four NFC East teams have three wins. For Washington, that means it’s full steam ahead. Mailbag: Send in your questions now for Cavaliers reporter Kelsey Russo [NFL: Washington Redskins] – Antonio Gibson's Best Plays From 104-Yard Game | Week 11 Justin Fuente, Virginia Tech try to ignore outside noise during needed off week [Bleacher Report] – Dan Snyder Apologizes for Washington Football Team's Workplace Misconduct Arizona State tips off: Bobby Hurley’s best team is also his biggest challenge [NFL: Washington Redskins] – Head Coach Ron Rivera Highlights Several Standouts From Bengals' Game ‘I just want to fit in seamlessly’: Kelly Oubre, Jr. seeks harmony in the Bay LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Please enter your comment! Please enter your name here You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.