The 2023 Sidemen Charity Match takes place this weekend and Tobi Brown is set to be one of the stars of the show once again.
Tobi, known as TBJZL online, is a member of the Sidemen and has a reputation as one of the best soccer players on YouTube.
His talents even impressed professional scouts who attended Sidemen’s charity game last year when he was chosen to train for League Two side Crawley Town alongside his brothers.
TBJZL, Jed and their other brother Manny have all been scouted and Crawley has announced they might even feature in an FA Cup game for the club.
So after their success in 2022, where are they now? talkSPORT.com takes a look…
Does Tobi ‘TBJZL’ Brown play for Crawley Town?
TBJZL does not play for Crawley Town.
Tobi’s involvement in the club’s training session drew backlash from many fans online and he was forced to comment on the situation.
The Sidemen star wrote on Twitter, “Everyone needs to relax, even if I’m just going for a workout.
“I’ve been a football fan all my life, I know how important the FA Cup is to players and fans, so I’m not trying to jeopardize it for anyone.
“You just have to put more eyes on the club and show your support.”
He admitted that he would just take part in training and not take part in a competitive game for the club.
And since then, he has gone back to making YouTube videos rather than embarking on a football career.
What happened to his brother Jed?
As for Jed, he was more keen on getting into football.
The 24-year-old is not part of the Sidemen and does not make YouTube videos, being the least known of the three brothers.
But he signed a one-year deal to stay at Crawley and join their B team in February, while Tobi and Manny continued as YouTubers.
Speaking on the deal, co-chairman Preston Johnson said: “Jed is a young player who has done well in previous training sessions with the team, and we are happy to see him continue his development as a member of our B team.
“Although he may not currently be part of our first-team plans, we welcome Jed to the club and look forward to his continued growth as he trains alongside his new team-mates.”
Since his arrival, he has been promoted to Crawley’s first team and is on the squad list for the current season.
Jed has been named to a Carabao Cup and EFL Trophy squad, but is yet to make his professional debut for the club.
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