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Gloucester City are pleased to announce the signing of winger Keanu Marsh-Brown. 
Born in England, 28 year old Keanu represents Guyana Internationally and has appeared for the National Side eleven times. He represented England at Under 16, 17 and C level.  
He started his youth career at Arsenal, moving to Fulham in 2004 after graduating through the Academy to sign professional forms. He was on the bench for a number of Fulham's key knock-out games during their run to the 2010 UEFA Europa League Final, including those against Shakhtar Donetsk and Juventus. In 2011, he joined League One side Milton Keynes Dons on a one-month loan deal. Impressing the Dons, his loan spell was extended to the end of the season. 
Marsh-Brown joined League One side Oldham Athletic in January 2012 before signing for Yeovil in the summer. He made 27 apperances there, scoring twice. After leaving Huish Park, he joined Barnet, making 58 apperaances and scoring 15 goals. After three season with the Bees, he opted to move west to Forest Green Rovers. 
He was part of Rovers Football League promotion winning squad, scoring 24 times in 105 games. After three seasons there he had a brief but successfull stint at Dover, scoring four times in just six games before returning to League football with a transfer to Newport County.  
Until his transfer to City, Marsh-Brown had been playing in the United States with Memphis 901. 
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