Who Is Gomez Dali?

Gomez had trials at Tranmere Rovers and Macclesfield in pre-season before having to return home for personal reasons.  Upon his return the big, strong, quick lad then joined Stockport Sports. Gomez is a decent prospect who started out at the famous Nantes football academy  so idolised by Arsene Arsenal manager Wenger and Gérard Houllier, now head of Global Soccer for Red Bull (Austrian side FC Red Bull Salzburg, Germany’s RB Leipzig , US New York Red Bulls  RB Brasil and RB Ghana academies).

Gomez is two-footed and can play as a centre-forward, or on either the left or the right.  He is very quick and  joins the Imps on a non contract pay as you play basis.

Monsieur Dali played regularly for the Nantes B team in the French fourth division before trying his luck in England.  He joined  Kingstonian, before being signed by Woking after 7 appearances on the wing, but failed to break into a side that was storming the BSS  (2010/11).  He joined Aylesbury (2011/12) before again trying to break into the League with Tranmere. Macclesfield also took a look before he opted for Stockport Sports, scoring a hat-trick on his debut plus another 5 goals for the Bloods from the wing.

Gomez also impressed against Droylsden in a friendly and they kept tabs on him until Christmas. The BSN basement boys, finally signed him in the winter window where he stayed until March. Simmo is believed to have been alerted to his availability and saw him against Altrincham. He was the only decent player on show as play-off challengers Altrincham hammered them 5-0. Gomez did not score for the struggling bloods (few have of late) in 5 appearances but his speed, size and strength caused problems.

Good luck Gomez welcome to Impdom – make a name for yourself on Saturday at Nuneaton. Stake your claim in front of the travelling hordes.

The Imps also hope to field two further French trialists, a striker and a midfielder, should the Notts County friendly go ahead.


Posted on March 13, 2013, in 0 Who Is? Or rather who are we looking at, Writers - Neil Gentleman-Hobbs and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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