British Asian players hoping to secure new clubs
British Asian players Netan Sansara, Adnan Ahmed and Atif Bashir are hoping to secure deals on the back of trials with Wycombe Wanderers, Aberdeen and Luton Town respectively.
Sansara, who was released by Walsall at the end of the season, impressed at left back during League Two side Wycombe’s 3-0 friendly win over Chesham earlier this week, setting up Wanderers’ second goal.
Wycombe manager Gary Waddock has said that he will make a decision on the club’s trialists, including Sansara, following the friendly with Hayes & Yeading on Saturday (17 July).
Ahmed, meanwhile, arrives in Scotland after a successful season with Hungarian side Ferencvaros. The former Manchester United trainee has been capped 13 times by Pakistan and competed in last year’s South Asian Football Federation Cup.
The midfielder has been training with Scottish Premier League side Aberdeen all week and will feature in one of the club’s two pre-season games against Fraserburgh and Peterhead this weekend.
Pakistan international defender Atif Bashir, who spent last season at Welsh club Barry Town, started at centre back for Luton in the club’s 2-2 draw with Dunstable Town earlier this week.
Bashir will now be hoping to secure a permanent deal with the Blue Square Premier side.