English League 2 side Carlisle United have sent Ghanaian striker Kwame Thomas away, despite the player showing good performance during his trials.
Steven Pressley, the manager of the Cumbrians mentioned that the English-born Ghanaian attacker is good but does not meet all their requirements.
“Kwame showed a real willingness to work and he has some good attributes, which we saw with the two goals he scored against Tramere last week,” Pressley told the Newandstar.
He added: “He doesn’t quite have everything we’re looking for from a player in that position at this moment in time and, with it being such a key role, I decided not to extend his stay any further.”
Thomas, 23, has previously featured for clubs including Derby County, Notts County, Blackpool, Coventry City and Kiddermimster Harriers.
By Edmund Okai Gyimah, Daily Mail GH