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Sean Goss Joins Town From QPR

16 August 2019


Sean Goss Joins Town From QPR

16 August 2019

Shrewsbury Town strengthen their midfield options with the addition of Sean Goss on a permanent transfer from QPR.

Shrewsbury Town are delighted to announce the signing of midfielder Sean Goss on a two-year deal from QPR. 

The 23-year old creative midfielder put pen to paper this morning, making the switch from the blue and white of London to the Blue and Amber of Shrewsbury. 

Speaking to Shrewsweb this morning Goss explained how eager he was to get going in this new chapter in his career. 

“I’m very happy to be here,” said Sean. “I heard about the opportunity to come here last week.

“I spoke to a few of the boys here and a few of the boys that had been here previously and everyone had great things to say about the club so when the opportunity came up it was a hard one to turn down. I’m buzzing to be here.”

“I’ve had a bit of a frustrating year, I’ve not played as much football as I would have liked. I’m hoping to come here and develop as much as I can, help the team as much as I can and help the club as much as I can.”

“I like to help the team as much as I can from playing out from the back and I like to spray passes around but I want to make sure I help the team defensively as well.

“Town fans can expect me to get on the ball, be creative and give my all every week.”

Sean is already familiar with some of the Town team such as Ro-Shaun Williams and Donald Love from his time spent at Man United. He was also pleased to see a good balance of youth and experience in the side.

“You always need that bit of experience to go with the youth. I played with Donald and Ro-Shaun growing up so that will always help me to settle in and obviously I know their game as well and hopefully they still remember a bit of mine.

“I’m just looking forward to starting training, getting into the starting 11 and hopefully staying there.”

Sean was originally born in Germany before moving over to England at an early age.

“My parents were in the forces, I moved back to England when I was quite young and grew up in Exeter but I’m pretty sure my mum was posted in Telford so she knows this area quite well.

“I played for Exeter until I was 16 and then I was lucky enough to get a move to Man United, there’s not many better places to do your scholarship and stuff like that.”


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