Norwich Under-23 star Ebou Adams has been called up by his national team Gambia ahead of their upcoming clashes.
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The midfielder is currently on loan at National League team Leyton Orient. Previously, the 22-year-old has spent time at Braintree Town and Shrewsbury Town during his time at Norwich.
Adams has not yet played competitively for the Norwich first team, however, he has impressed enough at Orient to catch the eye of his home nation.
The youngster made his debut for Gambia in November and has earned second call-up as Gambia face Algeria in a friendly game this month, which means he will miss the league clash against Woking on 24 March.
Adams has made eight appearances this season which is the most games he has participated in since playing for Walton Casuals in 2014 when on loan from Dartford. Adams’ side sit 15th in the National League and can afford to relax after a solid season sees them not fighting for promotion, nor relegation.
Adams will return to Carrow Road come the end of the campaign; he will be wishing to be on the top of his game to convince Daniel Farke to include him in the first-team next season.