Ghanaian attacker James Alabi returns to Stoke City from Scunthorpe loan spell

Ghanaian attacker James Alabi has returned to Stoke City after his loan deal expired

Ghanaian attacker James Alabi has returned to Stoke City after his loan deal expired

By Akyereko Frimpong Manson

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English-born Ghanaian attacker James Alabi has returned to English Premier League side Stoke City after the end of his loan deal with Scunthorpe United, GHANAsoccernet.com can exclusively confirm. 

The 19-year-old was farmed out to the League Two side in March in a month-loan deal and has returned to the Britannia Stadium with the hope of gatecrashing the first team squad.

“I have returned to Stoke for a while now, it was only a 1 month loan. I am looking forward to getting a chance in the first team,” he told GHANAsoccernet.com.

The striker scored twice in 5 games in the League Two for Scunthorpe United who are close to securing promotion to the League One.

READERS COMMENTS

  1. Maxwell Johnson says:

    Someone should correct me if am wrong buh I think Alabi is a Nigerian name? Is this guy really a Ghanaian?

  2. harry says:

    No,its a Ghanaian name.Its a Ga name.i know a number of people with that name