Nabil Shariff

Nabil Shariff

Born 19 April 1992 (Age 16 at debut)

Position: Forward

(Diamonds player #309)

Total appearances 15 – 4 goals

(11 League, 4 Hillier Senior Cup)

Debut: 11 November 2008 (Home Rothwell Corinthians)

Final game: 30 April 2011 (Away Darlington)

Nabil was a striker who has graduated from the Diamonds youth scheme into the first team squad. Originating from Milton Keynes, he joined the Diamonds Centre of Excellence at the start of his Under 14 year. He made his senior debut aged 16 in the NFA Hillier Senior Cup game against Rothwell Corinthians in November 2008. As well as achieving an impressive scoring record for Diamonds Youth team in the early part of the 2009/2010 season, Nabil was loaned to Newport Pagnell Town in order to gain experience of men’s football. He also made a further first team appearance in the Hillier Senior Cup that season. In mid-November 2009, he went on work experience to Banbury United. His performances during the season were rewarded in April 2010 when he was awarded a professional contract for the following season.

Early in the 2010/2011 season he went on loan to Southern League Premier side Banbury United and scored four goals in his first five games for the Puritans. In late November 2010, he stepped up with a loan to Conference North side Nuneaton Town initially until Boxing Day, although the loan period was then extended for a further month. In his two spells at Banbury, Nabil had scored 11 goals in 53 appearances. On his return from Nuneaton in February 2011, he made his first appearance in a League game for Diamonds when appearing as a substitute in the game against Gateshead at Nene Park on 12 February 2011. He scored his debut goal at Conference level on 9 April 2011 when he netted against Wrexham at Nene Park. He went on to score three more goals in the next two games, and picked up the “Man Of The Match” award in Diamonds final home game against Kidderminster Harriers. He was released from his contract in May 2011, and joined Tamworth on 4 July 2011. After just two goals in 27 appearances for the Lambs, he went on an end of season loan deal to Southern League Premier side Hemel Hempstead Town on 2 March 2012. Nabil was released at the end of the season, and joined Conference North newcomers Oxford City on 1 August 2012, but was released on 26 November 2012. He joined Southern League Premier side Kettering Town the following day for their fixture at Bideford AFC, but left after just the single game. He rejoined Southern League Premier club Banbury United on 11 December 2012 for his third spell at the club, but left at the end of the season. Nabil joined Southern League Premier side Corby Town on 20 July 2013, but left on 17 November 2013 due to lack of first team opportunities. On 22 November 2013, Nabil joined NPL Premier side Stamford.

Appearances

2008/2009 – squad number 30

HSCQF 11.11.08 Rothwell   Corin (H) as   sub
HSCSF 2.12.08 Long   Buckby (H) as   sub

2009/2010 – squad number 30

HSC1 13.10.09 Daventry   Utd (A) as   sub
HSCQF 17.11.09 KetteringTn (H)  

2010/2011 – squad number 22

Conf 12.2.11 Gateshead (H) as   sub
Conf 1.3.11 BathCity (H) as   sub
Conf 19.3.11 Southport (H) as   sub
Conf 22.3.11 LutonTown (H) as   sub
Conf 5.4.11 Histon   (A) as   sub
Conf 9.4.11 Wrexham   (H) as   sub1   goal
Conf 13.4.11 GrimsbyTown (A) 1   goal
Conf 16.4.11 Gateshead (A) 2   goals
Conf 22.4.11 CrawleyTown (A)  
Conf 25.4.11 Kidderminster (H)  
Conf 30.4.11 Darlington (A)  
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