Abadalla Mohamed Shariff Join Bradford City
Mo Shariff has today signed on non contract terms with Bradford City, his move to the Coral Windows Stadium comes after Shariff impressed whilst on trial with the club.
Shariff has featured in the last three pre-season friendlies, including Saturday’s draw at home to Hartlepool United where he hit the crossbar with a fizzing drive from distance.
The forward-thinking player, came to the Bantam’s attention after departing Premier League Queens Park Rangers over the summer.
The Burundi-born Shariff started his career with non-league side Slough Town before impressing QPR while on trial with the London side back in August 2010, he initially signed a one-year deal with the R’s before being handed a fresh two-year extension just six months later.
The right winger, who can also play as an striker, made just one appearance for QPR when he came on as a second half substitute during their Capital One Cup tie with Swindon Town at the start of last season.
During his time at Loftus Road Shariff also had loan spells at St Albans City, Staines Town, Woking and Dagenham & Redbridge.