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TIMMY BAKUMO-ABRAHAM (aka ABRAHAM)
Full Name: Jason Timiebi Ogheneobrucheme Bakumo-Abraham
Born: 28 December 2000
Came from: Fulham Went to:
First game: 17 October 2020 Last game: 20 October 2020
Appearances: 2 (1/1) Goals: 0
Signed from Fulham on deadline day in mid-October 2020, Abraham became Ryan Lowe's 12th capture of the extended summer transfer window.
Timmy, the younger brother of Chelsea and England's Tammy Abraham, began his football career in Charlton Athletic's academy before joining Fulham in 2017. Hoping to follow in his brother's footballing footsteps, the 6' 1" striker became an important part of the Cottagers' youth and under-23 sides, playing alongside fellow Argyle loanee Jerome Opoku, who joined the Pilgrims a month before Abraham and who encouraged him to make the loan move.
In January 2020 the 19-year-old gained his first taste of the EFL with a loan to Bristol Rovers. However, the COVID-19 pandemic cut the season short after just four substitute appearances.
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