Hammersmith born attacking player Keanu Marsh-Brown was a long time target of Forest Green Rovers boss Ady Pennock, and he finally agreed a move to The New Lawn in June 2015, signing a two-year contract.
A player with a fabulous feel for the ball and massive ability that will surely one day see him return to a higher level, he was a notable addition to the Rovers squad ahead of the start of the 2015-16 campaign.
He started his youth career in the youth-setup at Arsenal and moved to Fulham where he would go onto earn his chance as a professional.
When the Cottagers reached the 2010 Europa League final against Atletico Madrid, Marsh-Brown was a part of current England manager Roy Hodgson's squad that earned victories over European giants Juventus and Shaktar Donetsk.
To gain important experience, he was loaned out by Fulham to League One side MK Dons, who he helped reach the end of season play-offs only to be denied a place at Wembley by Peterborough United over two legs.
A brief loan stint at the beginning of the 2011-12 season in the Scottish Premier League with Dundee United was followed by his exit from Fulham in November 2011.
A successful trial at Oldham Athletic saw him earn a deal with the Latics. He spent the remainder of the season at Boundary Park but a move to another League One club materialised over the summer of 2012 when he joined Yeovil Town.
He was a regular with the Somerset club but eventually fell out of favour and joined Barnet in March 2013.
In his time with the Bees he helped them earn promotion back into the Football League in the 2014-15 campaign as Conference Premier champions, and represented the England C national team.
In March 2015, he joined up with the Antigua & Barbuda national team squad in a training camp alongside his brother, Kyjuon.
He scored his first goal in a FGR shirt in a 2-0 away win over Kidderminster Harriers in late August 2015.
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