Chelmsford City Football Club are delighted to announce that Midfielder, Mohammad Dabre, will join the club on 1st July following the expiration of his contract with Swindon Town

The 20-Year-Old Italian will link up with the Clarets as a familiar face having played against the club while on loan with Worthing in 2022/23. Dabre signed a deal with Swindon Town in August 2021 after impressing during his time at the Volenti Academy, making his senior debut for the Robins in a 2-1 EFL Trophy victory over Arsenal U21. Mohammad made 8 appearances during his time with Swindon Town, which also contained loan spells to Chippenham Town, Banbury United and two spells with Worthing. Dabre started the 2021/22 Season with Swindon where he made 5 appearances, including a substitute appearance at the County Ground against Manchester City in the FA Cup Third Round. Later that season he was loaned to National League South side Chippenham Town in February 2022, who at the time were vying for a Play-Off place. Dabre made 13 Appearances for Chippenham, including Twice in the Play-Offs scoring 1 goal. He returned to the Robins where he made 3 appearances at the start of 2022/23 before joining Banbury United on loan, where he was with the Puritans for 5 weeks before joining Worthing in November 2022. Mohammad played 4 games in his first stint at Worthing scoring two goals before returning to Swindon on 1st January 2023. He later would rejoin Worthing on loan in February where he would go on to make a total of 18 appearances, including in a Play-Off Semi-Final, scoring 5 for the Rebels.

Manager Robbie Simpson shared his thoughts “Mo’s a player that we were really interested in as soon as the season finished, we wanted to try and make contact with him. Both times he played against us for Worthing, we thought he was their best player. I watched Worthing a couple of times towards the back end of the season, as there was the chance we might’ve faced them in the playoffs. One game against Cheshunt, just down the road from me and he was the best player on the pitch that night too. He scored a goal, cleared one off the line, he was just all over the pitch.”

“Mo’s got a bit of everything, he is a young, athletic and energetic player. He’s also strong, for someone of his size, he’s really strong and can keep hold of the ball really well under pressure. Mo can play in multiple positions, he can play as a holding midfield player, and an attacking midfield player. In both games against us, he ended up playing wide left and he can also play wide right so he can really play anywhere across midfield, in an attacking sense and in a defensive sense.

He’s a player that is going to add a lot and I’m really excited about bringing Mo to the Football club, he was at Swindon last year and obviously ended up going out on Loan but I know he’s really hungry to get back into the football league and I’m really thankful that he’s put his trust in us to be able to help him back on that journey. I’m sure the Clarets fans are going to be really looking forward to seeing him play”

We look forward to seeing Mo join up with the squad for pre-season and playing in Claret next campaign!

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