Lanre Oyebanjo

Defender, Football player

1990 –


Who is Lanre Oyebanjo?

Olanrewaju Olusegun Mark Bamidele "Lanre" Oyebanjo is a professional footballer who plays for York City as a defender.

Oyebanjo started his career with West Ham United's youth system and after being released joined Waltham Forest in 2006. He spent a season with the Isthmian League Division One North side before joining League Two Brentford in 2007. Having not made any first team appearances for Brentford, Oyebanjo dropped into the Conference Premier with Histon in 2008. He helped Histon into the play-off semi-final in his first season, but after their relegation to the Conference South in 2011 he decided to remain in the Conference with York City. Oyebanjo scored York's second goal in their 2012 FA Trophy Final victory and then played in the 2012 Conference Premier play-off Final, which the side won to earn promotion to League Two.

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Apr 27, 1990
London Borough of Hackney
Lived in
  • London Borough of Hackney

on July 23, 2013


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