Blades look at Jamaican trio

20 December 2006 11:12
Reports suggest Sheffield United have handed trials to three promising Jamaican youngsters. Demar Stewart, Jason Morrison and Rafe Wolfe all play for Portmore United and are spending a week with Neil Warnock's squad. Warnock is expected to look at the trio during a behind-closed-doors friendly between the Blades and Leeds United. Stewart is a 22-year-old defender, while Morrison, also 22, plays in midfield. Twenty-one-year-old Wolfe has represented the Reggae Boyz at Under-23 level. It is believed that Warnock will loan the players to clubs in Holland or Belgium while keeping first option on them, if he decides they have a part to play in his long-term plans at Bramall Lane.

Source: ESA