Curtis Obeng has become the twelfth player to leave Altrincham since the start of the season and has joined National League side Solihull Moors. 

Obeng only joined Altrincham on November 4th after an even shorter spell with Macclesfield Town, moving to Moss Rose on October 27th from Swansea City.




He was at Wrexham from the summer of 2009 until January 2012 when he moved up to Swansea and he spent nearly five years at the Premiership club.

He was released in October 2016 but, whilst with the Welsh club, he had loan spells at four League clubs, namely Fleetwood Town, where he spent three months, York City, Stevenage and Newport County, where he also spent three months.

He made his Alty debut on November 5th in the Emirates FA Cup at Lincoln City plus one appearance from the bench – last Saturday at Alfreton Town.
 
Source: www.footballconference.co.uk


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