first_imgGUYANA’S Elliot Bonds recently put pen-to-paper on a one-year deal – with a Club option of a further year – with English Football League (EFL) Championship side Hull City. The 19-year-old defender will suit up for the club’s U-23 side with the hope of breaking into the 2014 FA Cup Finalists – the Grant McCann-coached – first team.Bonds, who has six international caps for the Golden Jaguars, after making his debut against French Guiana in November 2018, hails from the London Borough of Brent and began his youth career with spells at Brentford and Reading, before signing professional terms with Dagenham & Redbridge.He made six appearances for Dagenham in all competitions, including five whilst still a second-year scholar in 2017-18, and enjoyed a loan spell at Southern Football League Premier Division side Farnborough last term in which he made 18 appearances, scoring once.“I’m very happy and proud to join Hull City. It’s a new chapter for my career and I just can’t wait to get going,” Bonds said after inking his new deal with Hull City.“I’m looking forward to the challenges that lie ahead this season. I want to progress in training, work hard and focus on developing all areas of my game as a Hull City player,” Bonds added.last_img