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Connor Kurran-Browne


Often referred to as KB, Connor Kurran-Brown spent nine years at Watford before joining the Cherries.

Born in Hemel Hempstead, the third-year scholar grew up in Batford, just outside Luton.

During his spell with the Hornets, the forward attended The Harfield Academy, a sports school in west London. While there, he suffered a broken leg playing rugby and vowed never to play the sport again.

Kurran-Browne is a versatile attacking player and joined the club in 2018/19, playing 49 of the 52 games for the under-18s that year.

Additionally, he is a Guyana international and was called up for the Golden Jaguars CONCACAF Gold Cup preliminary round tie against Guatemala in July 2021, but he’s yet to make an appearance for his national side.

In December 2021, Kurran-Browne joined National League Kings Lynn Town on loan and made his league debut in a 1-0 defeat at Chesterfield on New Year's Day 2022.

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