Trialists given a chance at Griffin Park

Last updated : 12 July 2003 By

Brentford are currently giving trials to Trinidad & Tobago international, Brent Rahim and forward, Paul Geddes.

The 24-year-old Rahim, had spells on loan last season at relegated West Ham United and more recently, Northampton Town, whilst the Cobblers were under the charge of former manager, Terry Fenwick.

A work permit would be required for the Caribbean midfielder should Bees’ manager, Wally Downes decide to follow up the club’s interest in the player, but hopefully that would not present a problem as the ex-Levski Sofia player is a regular in the Trinidad & Tobago national side.

Meanwhile, university graduate Geddes, who figured in a pre-season game for Brentford two summers ago, netting twice in a 6-0 thrashing of non-league outfit, Chertsey Town, has been offered a further chance to impress in training and attempt to secure a professional contract at Griffin Park.