Albert Jarrett

Albert Jarrett

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Albert Ojumiri Jarrett (born October 23, 1984 in Freetown, Sierra Leone) is a Sierra Leonean international footballer. He made his international debut for Sierra Leone on October 8, 2006 as the Leone Stars lost 2-0 away to Benin in a 2008 African Nations Cup qualifier. His other previous clubs include Wimbledon, Brighton and Watford.


Early career

Jarrett was born in Freetown to Creole parents, but he was raised in South London, England. Jarrett started his career as a schoolboy at Arsenal before joining the youth academy at Dulwich Hamlet.


During the 2002-2003 season, he was spotted by Wimbledon playing for Dulwich Hamlet in the FA Youth Cup and offered a place in the Dons academy set-up. He played 10 games for the Dons in the 2003–04 season, but was released at the end of the season.

Brighton & Hove Albion

He subsequently joined Football League Championship team Brighton & Hove Albion. In his two-year spell at Brighton, Jarrett was in and out of the team. He played 25 games in all for the Seagulls, scoring one goal against Crewe Alexandra, and had loan spells with Conference National team Stevenage Borough in March 2005. He joined Swindon Town on a one-month loan deal on 19 January 2006, making his debut for the club two days later in the 4-2 Football League One home victory over Bournemouth. On 31 January 2006 he was involved in a car crash...
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