BY RICHARD CAWLEY
Dulwich Hamlet have signed former Wolves winger Andrew Jay Harris-Sealy.
The National League South side have agreed a sell-on with the 22-year-old’s previous club Farnborough.
Dulwich boss Gavin Rose said: “He had got into a little bit of a dispute of his contract and hasn’t played all season.
“But we have managed to give Farnborough a good sell on and got him out of his contract there.
“He will be a good addition. He is a wide player who can play any of the front three positions. He has been training with us so he is fairly fit but not match fit.
“He’s a young lad with ambition. I like working with young lads with ambition. He has got something. I think the supporters will like him and he’s also one who we maybe move on in a year or two.
“You never know how a player is going to settle in. He’s got to do that first and prove to his team-mates he is going to add something to the group and then kick on from there.
“We’re looking to add another three or four to the changing room in the next week or two but we have to look at moving boys on or furloughing them.”
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