Date: 21st January 2010 at 2:48pm
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Talking exclusively to the official Crawley Town website, the Red Devils manager Steve Evans (who famously had three spells with Boston United) revealed that Danny Wilson had made an approach for their centre forward Charlie Ademano.

Evans states that ‘Danny Wilson has been talking to me for a few days now in relation to our young striker’.

Ademano, 21, was previously a professional with Southend United former being released last Summer. He failed to play a league fixture for the Shrimpers but spent many months out on loan with Bishop’s Stortford, Cambridge United, Welling United, Rushden & Diamonds and two spells with Wiltshire outfit Salisbury City.

The young forward then joined Crawley and has scored 5 times in 15 outings including a speedy hat-trick against Grays Athletic – Ademano scored in the 2nd, 6th and 6th minute!

Walsall and Milton Keynes Dons have both reportedly declared interest but Wilson has had a bid refused by Evans who continued by saying that ‘Wilson put a proposal to me for Charlie but that was rejected after I consulted with my bosses. Danny and myself have spoken a number of times since and its now at the point that I must now be on speed dial on Danny Wilson`s mobile phone… Danny has confirmed he will be back to me after he has had time to discuss this further with his chairman.’

What do you think about this potential transfer?


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2 Replies to “STEVE EVANS: ‘Town Want Ademano’”

  • 100K + for him ? seems a bit steep to me – considering he never made the grade before in the F.League . Been on loan to various clubs – hope they missed something DW has spotted – for the little I know about the guy Ademano his CV doesn’t read well.

  • It’s far too much, his career statistics are not impressive enough for my liking. I’m happy that the scouts are looking within Non-League instead of random Europeans. In this footballing climate there are loads of gems in the lower leagues. We’ve just got to find them.

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