Dulee Linked to Leeds
By Wleh Bedell
Report reaching this paper says controversial midfielder
Dulee Johnson is linked to English lower league side Leeds
United. The short crisp passer who was last offloaded by
Dutch club De Graffschaap when it was reported he was booked
by police for drunk driving among other crimes is currently
without a club and is reportedly in the passionate football
nation of England hoping to go on trial with one of that
country’s most historic clubs in his quest to get his career
back on track.
The player is yet to be reached as effort to contact him via
email has so far proved fruitless as there has since being
no respond, but our contact says the pin sized playmaker has
made frequent trips to England of late and there are plans
to get to Leeds as a trial out deal is being worked on.
Having started his professional career in Sweden with Floda
Boif, the international midfielder also had stints with BK
Hacken and AIK Solna, all of Sweden, and had a disappointing
spell in Israel with Meccabi Telaviv where he was offloaded.
He nearly joined English club Birmingham City as the English
club could not agree terms with AIK on the transfer fee and
with this latest news of him being linked to Leeds should be
welcome news for followers of Liberian football.