Pa Sulay Njie has recently worked his back to the football pitch following an injury that kept him out for a year and is back training with Swindon Town FC. With the current football campaign still very much in the thick end, the Gambian international has wasted no time in getting back to training and match fitness in readiness for his next move.
Pa Sulay Njie is a familiar face in English football. His immense strength and finishing ability as a striker have seen him play for several teams in English football including Stoke City FC, Coventry City FC, Cheltenham town FC, and a few others. It is rumored that the 28-year-old striker has caught the attention of many clubs in Major League Soccer (MLS) and a few more from the Scottish Premier League.
With the striker right in his prime, it is not at all surprising that many top-flight teams are monitoring his progress and career while he trains with Swindon Town FC. Njie’s versatility and ability to play as a winger makes him every coach’s dream forward player. The footballing hitman has had an eventful career so far. He starred in Scorpion of Gambia’s under 20 (U-20) team where he made his international debut against Morocco. He was a star as a youth player where picked up a Players’ Player Of The Year award and Golden boot accolade for scoring 30 leagues in his first full season in youth football.
Pa Sulay Njie was born in the United Kingdom to Pa O. Njie and Mary Jallow Njie, both Gambian. He refers to his parents as his source of inspiration and desire to do his absolute best whenever he is on the football pitch.
Now back on the pitch, Pa Sulay Njie will be looking to gather some momentum and rediscover his best form with the summer transfer window just around the corner.
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