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Ex-Jet signs Millwall contract

DONE DEAL: Kristian Brymora puts pen to paper with Millwall under-23s boss Kevin Nugent on Wednesday. The 18-year-old has already trained with the Lions’ first team.Former Newcastle Jets teenager Kristian Brymora has scored a professional contract with Championship club Millwall after netting a hat-trick in front of first-team manager Neil Harris.
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The 18-year-old striker will train and play predominantly with the club’s under-23s, but he has already trained with the Lions’ first team.

Brymora was on an A-League deal at the Jets, but the club did not renew his contract when the season finished in May.

The Jets said he was welcome to keep training with the first team in an effort to impress new coach Ernie Merrick, but the youngster opted to try his luck overseas.

He trialled unsuccessfully at Premier League club Watford then scored a goal in his first trial for Millwall four weeks ago.

“Then he played an intraclub game andscored a hat-trick and set one up in a 4-0 win, which the first-team coach was present at, which sealed the deal,” agent Joel Grenell said.“He has trained with the first team and done quite well.

“It’s really there for him to make the most of the opportunity and get as much first-team access as possible.”

Brymora has Polish heritage and made several trips to Poland in the past two weeks to secure an identity card before signing a one-year deal with Millwall on Wednesday.

The Millwall under-23s play in the Professional Development League, where Brymora could debut against Barnsley on Friday.

The striker scored 13 goals in 18 games for the Jets youth team in the Northern NSW NPL last year. He was part of the club’s A-League squad over the summer but played onlyseven minutes.

He went to England with a plan to continue trialling at clubs until he earned a deal.

“He’s a real confident young guy and he knows what he wants and he’s gone and achieved that at the second club he’s been at, so it’s been a real exciting and proud time for myself and his family,” Grenell said.

Grenell, executive manager of ie:sports’ Australian office, said opportunities were limited for talented young attacking players in the A-League and looking overseas was a viable option.

“If you don’t make one of the nine clubs in Australia, pack your bags,” he said.

“There’s thousands of other teams out there that could suit your style of football, but you’ve got to have the desire, the hunger, the patience, and obviously the ability as well.

“There’s a huge opportunity for players with ability between the ages of 16 and 19. Obviously they have to have English or European citizenship or can get access to it.”

Meanwhile, Socceroo Jackson Irvine has joined Hull City from fellow Championship club Burton Albion, and keeper Mitch Langerak has moved from Stuttgart to La Liga new boysLevante.

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