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Ex-Chelsea Player To Join United

Ex-Chelsea Player To Join United

Craig Levein has been impressed by Cowdenbeath midfielder Morgaro Gomis during his 2 week trial at Tannadice and is considering make his move more permanent.

The 20 year old Frenchman, who used to play for the Chelsea youth team, has been training with Dundee United to give Craig Levein a chance to get a closer look at him.

Levein told the Courier he plans to take his interest further, he said 'I`ll have a chat with Cowdenbeath at the beginning of next week to see if we can sort something out.'

However, the Ghanaian trialist failed to made a good impression and wont be offered a deal.

'The boy did okay but not enough for us to offer him a contract,' said Levein.

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Date:Friday December 1 2006
Time: 3:00PM

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