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Further Signings

Cirencester Town are pleased to announce 4 further signings for the coming season.

Striker David Stone joins us from Banbury Utd and in his first 45 minutes for the club today on his debut against Cheltenham Town showed he will be a handful for defences this coming season. Having scored goals for clubs such as Rugby Town, Brackley Town, Halesowen Town, Hemel Hempstead Town and Banbury Utd it is hoped he will bring his goal-scoring exploits to the Corinium Stadium and it looks like he could become a real crowd pleaser with his skills in and around the box.

 

Another attacking player to join the Centurions is young Ben Reardon who joins us from Evo-Stik South West Division side North Leigh. In games with North Leigh in the past Ben caused Cirencester defenders a number of problems with his direct running and Manager Brian Hughes set out to bring him to the club over the summer. Ben will be an unknown quantity to a number of teams in the division and could well be one to watch as the season unfolds.

 

Also re-signing for the club are midfielder James Mortimer-Jones and left back Richard Mansell. "Jonah" had a good first season with the club last time around joining us from Didcot Town and earned himself a reputation of being "Not a great goal-scorer but a scorer of great goals" after wonder strikes against former club Didcot Town and another against Cambridge City late in the season. "Manse" joined from Bishops Cleeve in the winter and at the back end of the season went from strength to strength putting in some excellent displays. In Arndale and Mansell, Brian Hughes now has two full-backs who like to get forward and who can deliver good quality balls into good areas of the pitch and alot will be expected of them both.

 

This week will see one departure with young Connor Thompson departing for the University of Loyola, Baltimore in America. Connor who came through the Academy system under Steve Lowndes and gained international recognition with England Under 18's featured for a period of games in the first team in the second half of last season. Despite his diminutive stature Connor proved a handful to opposition players in the games he played with his non stop running and trickery and everybody at the club wishes Connor all the best in his time overseas.

This entry was posted on 09 July 2011 at 00:00. You can leave a response here.

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