Liberian striker, Seku Conneh has finally join his new club, Las Vegas Lights FC’s Preseason Training Camp.

Conneh been on vacation since signing for the club, but has arrived in Las Vegas to join his new team-mates in their second week of Pre-season training.

The Liberian International returns to USL Championship, where he played two years with Bethlehem Steel.

Conneh scored 12 goals in 43 appearances between the 2016 and 2017 seasons with the Philadelphia Union USL affiliate.

Measuring in at 6 foot 3 inches, the Liberian striker becomes the tallest striker Lights FC has ever added to its roster.

“I’m happy to be here, coach Wynalda gave me a lot of trust and I want to get started as soon as possible”, stated Seku Conneh.

“My goals are to make the best out of this opportunity, help my teammates, win a lot of games, score a lot of goals, and make the playoffs”, he added.

By Joseph M. Vincent

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