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Montell's loan in Denmark ends

20 June 2015

Development Squad attacker back with The Bees

Brentford attacker Montell Moore’s loan at Danish Superliga side FC Midtjylland has come to an end. Montell, 19, is on a Development Squad contract and signed a new three-year deal earlier this season, keeping him at Griffin Park until the summer of 2017.

He moved to Denmark in January and played Under-19 and Reserve Team football for FCM, as they are known. FCM won the Danish Superliga title and also clinched the championship at Under-19 level as well during Montell’s time in Denmark.

Montell completed his two-year scholarship at the end of the 2013/14 season and was given the chance to turn professional. Born and raised in Brentford, Montell played football with the Club’s Community Sports Trust at the age of seven before joining the Centre of Excellence, now the Academy, as an Under-Nine player.

He signed a one-year Development Squad deal in the summer and – after being involved in Brentford’s First Team pre-season friendlies then scoring one and making three more when he made his professional debut in the Capital One Cup win over Dagenham and Redbridge – extended it soon after. Montell was an unused substitute in six more First Team games this season before his loan and scored three goals in 11 Under-21 Professional Development League games for Brentford’s Development Squad.


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