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Kenzer Lee being looked at by OUFC

Kenzer Lee being looked at by OUFC

Kenzer Lee, 19 a 6ft centre back is being looked at at Oxford United.

The young center half played in the first preseason friendly between OUFC and Ardley United and showed some promise.

London born Kenzer was spotted at the age of 10 playing youth football by Tottenham, Millwall and West Ham but opted to join the ranks of West Ham.

He stayed at West Ham up until December 2012, Kenzer had be struggling to make an impact with the development squad but had been a regular in the youth teams.

Banbury United signed him in January this year on a short term contract and he played a few games.

He is currently out of contract and seeking a new club. On yesterdays showing he looked like he could be a good player to have in the development squad who could challenge for a place in the first team squad.



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Writer:Terry
Date:Sunday July 7 2013
Time: 11:58AM

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