Jarrett handed Gills chance

18 September 2008 03:31
Gillingham boss Mark Stimson has handed a short-term deal to the Sierra Leone-born winger Albert Jarrett. The 23-year-old has penned an initial one-month contract with the Gills after impressing Stimson during two recent reserve team matches. Jarrett started his career as a schoolboy with Arsenal but did not make his first-team debut until joining Wimbledon during the 2003-04 campaign. He has also played for Brighton and Watford during his career and enjoyed loan spells with Stevenage Borough, Swindon Town, Boston United and MK Dons.

Source: ESA