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Full Name: Matthew Alexander Sorinola
Born: 19 February 2001
Came from: Royale Union Saint-Gilloise (Belgium) Went to:
First game: 27 January 2024 Last game: 02 March 2024
Appearances: 9 (5/4) Goals: 1
Born in Lambeth, Sorinola became Ian Foster's fourth signing of the January 2024 transfer window on the same day that Alfie Devine arrived on loan from Spurs. The 22-year-old wing-back joined on a permanent contract and was seen by many as a direct replacement for Kaine Kesler-Hayden, who was recalled by Aston Villa a few days before.
Sorinola's footballing journey began in Fulham’s youth set-up before moving to Milton Keynes’ academy in 2017, where he was rewarded with his first professional deal in June 2019 at the age of 17. After breaking into the MK first team in EFL Trophy games in 2019 (when he played alongside future Home Park teammate Jordan Houghton), he signed a new contract that December before joining Southern League Beaconsfield Town on loan in February 2020.
After 46 first-team appearances and three goals in his four years in Buckinghamshire, Sorinola rejected a further contract at Stadium MK and moved to Belgium to join Union St Gilloise on a three-year deal. He played 14 times for Les Unionistes in the 2021-22 season, all from the bench, as his side finished second in their first season back in Belgium’s top flight.
In June 2022, Sorinola returned to the UK to join Championship club Swansea City on a season-long loan, reuniting with his former MK Dons coach Russell Martin. In total, he made 31 appearances and scored twice in the 2022-23 season before returning to Belgium. However, with only a few months left on his contract, Sorinola was released by Union SG in late December 2023, enabling his move to Home Park.
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APPEARANCE DETAILS [reselect competitions]
The details below reflect appearances in all first-team competitions.
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