Boreham Wood FC is delighted to announce that PASE graduate Sorba Thomas has signed a new two-year contract with an additional option of a further year.
Sorba, still only 20 years old, is a firm fans favourite and has been in spectacular form this pre-season netting three goals and raising more than a few eyebrows of the pro clubs.
Sorba joined the Clubs renowned PASE Academy over three years ago and in that time he has won multiple National Cups, played for the England Colleges FA, played close to 40 times for the First Team, and even came on at Wembley in a National League play-off final.
Chairman Danny Hunter said, “Sorba is a fantastic young player and a prospect in the mould of say a Bruno Andrade, though possibly a tad stronger and quicker at the same age. He has lots to learn but I feel he’s destined for the Football League.
“He has quite rightly been nurtured slowly by both manager Luke Garrard and Academy Head Coach Cameron Mawer, but I sense that they both now feel they need to let him off the leash to see how he adapts.
“I would not be at all surprised if ‘Sorbs’ features quite heavily this season, in both starts and off the bench, but it’s still very early days in a young 20 year old’s career and so I’m very aware that we must be careful not to expect too much too soon.”
On signing his new contract a delighted Sorba Thomas said, “This is a Club very close to my heart, so I am delighted to extend my future here. I started here as an Academy player with aspirations of making the First Team squad, like all Academy players do, so to sign this new contract is a dream come true.