Midfielder Marc-Antoine Gbarssin to play further

There is an agreement signed among Carlisle United and French midfielder Marc-Antoine Gbarssin. This was completed after having a one-month contract. This was decided after seeing a successful three-week trial.

Now the club is waiting the approval from the international and after that it has planned to complete the official procedure when the transfer window opens on 1 January.

However for the Saturday's clash with Huddersfield former player Royal Antwerp, Gbarssin of 26-year-old will not play but he can view the game by sitting in the ground.

Gbarssin is a complimentary agent. He was selected after leaving Danish side FC Fredericia.

Club Bordeaux was the starting place of his career in his native land. Moreover he also had magic charm at Grenoble, RE Virton and SK Lombeek.

Carlisle boss Greg Abbott alleged that Marco has well performed in last three weeks and he was the first person to whom they have managed to sneak under the radar. He has also performed well in the overseas and further he was suggested by his friend that he had some good quality.


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