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Profile of the English footballer Moses Odubajo, who currently plays as a midfielder at Brentford. The 21-year old player Odubajo joined Brentford from Leyton Orient and wears the number 10 shirt.

        (Squad number 10)

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Moses Odubajo : Brentford News
“Brentford, celebrating their 125th anniversary first period and Gray nearly made punished them for their profligacy after he combined well with Moses Odubajo only to drag his attempt off target.”
 The Star  Today
“Brentford's first chance came when a flick by Alex Pritchard released Andre Gray down the right, who cut the ball back to Moses Odubajo, with the winger's low shot being pushed round the post by Scott Carson.”
 Richmond & Twickenham Times  3 days ago
“Brentford were probably the better side for the majority and the visitors gradually came into their own and began to boss proceedings. Moses Odubajo saw a shot well saved at the post by Carson, who found himself caught in no-man's land moments later.”
 London Evening Standard  4 days ago
“In fairness to Brentford - and as Rosler had predicted - the visitors Scott Carson was again excellent between the sticks for Latics, making crucial saves to deny Moses Odubajo, Joto and Alex Pritchard.”
 Wigan Today  4 days ago
“They made their views towards the German manager known with chants like ‘Boring Boring Rosler’. Brentford made the better start and Moses Odubajo saw his shot turned behind for a corner by former England goalkeeper Scott Carson after just six minutes.”
 London24  4 days ago
“The first chance fell to Moses Odubajo, who forced former England keeper Scott Carson yard box when he probably had more time than he thought.”
 GetWestLondon  4 days ago
“However, Brentford manager Mark Warburton was unable to exact any he would have added to soon after had he shown a better touch, before the impressive Moses Odubajo turned over at the other end after making himself space.”
 Sky Sports  20 days ago
“Brentford, like any newly promoted side on their home ground, are likely to be a tough test. To their impressive team of last year manager Mark Warburton has added players such as Moses Odubajo, Andre Gray, Marcos Tebar and Alex Pritchard.”
 When Saturday Comes  5 days ago
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Jack Bonham Richard Lee
David Button
Kevin O'Connor Jake Bidwell
James Tarkowski Raphael Calvet
Daniel O'Shaughnessy Harlee Dean
Tony Craig
Tommy Smith Montell Moore
Alex Pritchard Stuart Dallas
Jota Sam Saunders
Moses Odubajo Alan Judge
Jon Toral Louis Hutton
Alan McCormack Jonathan Douglas
Nicholas Yennaris Toumani Diagouraga
Marcos Tebar
Andre Gray Scott Hogan
Nick Proschwitz Betinho