Forward Panutche Camara has become the latest Dulwich Hamlet prodigy to make the move from Champion Hill to the Football League ashe joined Crawley.
Late last week the 20 year old striker agreed a two year deal, with the option of an extra year, to join Harry Kewell’s Reds.
Previously part of the Barnsley Under 23 set up, Camara made his debut for the Hamlet on Valentine’s Day away to AFC Hornchurch as Dulwich won 3-2 in the quarter final of the Alan Turvey Trophy. He scored his maiden senior goal for the Pink and Blues just under a month later setting the seal on a 5-0 trouncing of Merstham at Champion Hill with an exquisite finish.
In total Camara, who originally hails from Guinea-Bissau, made 15 appearances for the club last season, scoring four goals.
Everyone at Dulwich Hamlet wished him the best of luck with his new club and hope to see him back in action at Champion Hill very shortly when Crawley Town visit for a pre-season friendly on Monday 17th July.
Source: Dulwich Hamlet FC