New Zealand rising star Jesse Randall moves to United States

Charleston Battery, a professional football club that competes in the USL Championship in United States, has announced the signing of Jesse Randall, a promising young winger from New Zealand. The 20-year-old had previously played for Wellington Olympic, where he impressed with his speed and skills on the ball.

Randall is considered to be one of the rising talents of New Zealand football and has already made a name for himself in age-group international football. He was part of the New Zealand U-17 team that participated in the 2019 FIFA U-17 World Cup held in Brazil.

The signing of Randall is seen as a positive move by Charleston Battery, as they look to strengthen their squad for the upcoming season. His pace and technical ability make him a dangerous attacking threat, and he will be expected to provide goals and assists for the team. You can watch a clip of the best moments of Randall’s last season by clicking here.

Jesse Randall (left) – Steph Gunther

Randall’s experience playing in New Zealand’s National League, where he helped Wellington Olympic reach the runners-up position last season, will also be a valuable asset for Charleston Battery.

The move to the United States will provide a new challenge for Jesse Randall, as he looks to establish himself in a new environment and adapt to a different style of play. Randall recently undergo trials in England as reported by New Zealand media, but he ended up taking the opportunity to represent Battery.


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