Solomon shines in five-star Bulls outing
SOL SOLOMON has the ability to go on and play professional football and playing for Jersey Bulls puts the young trickster in the shop window, according to boss Gary Freeman.
Freeman was full of praise for the teenage winger following Saturdays 5-0 triumph over Dorking Wanderers Reserves, after he picked up the man of the match award for a superb display which included a goal and an assist in Combined Counties League Division I.
Solomon spent time with Championship outfit Millwall earlier this year and Freeman believes his young star has the potential to break into the professional game.
He said: ‘Without a doubt he will get opportunities. He was at Millwall in the summer and going forward it is up to him because he is definitely good enough to go and play professional football.
‘It is not always easy, you have to work hard but he has the ability to go and do it.
‘He has come back and played a few in a row now, he is sharp and is producing that skill that does cause effect.’
Freeman’s side took a comfortable 2-0 lead into the break against Dorking thanks to goals from Luke Campbell and Harry Cardwell, and wrapped up the points through Solomon and two late Fraser Barlow strikes.
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