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Player Signing and Player Return

Cirencester Town are delighted to announce the signing of 6ft 2 left sided centre half Charlie Comyn-Platt.

Charlie Comyn-Platt

Born in Manchester, 26 year old Comyn-Platt came up through the Youth system at Bolton Wanderers. He had a loan spell at Wycombe Wanderers where he played under then manager Tony Adams and then from 2005-2007 he played 24 games for Swindon Town under Dennis Wise and Gus Poyet.

Charlie Comyn-Platt in training

After brief spells at Grays Athletic and Rochdale he spent 2007-2009 at Weston-Super-Mare in the Blue Square Conference South making 31 appearances.

More recently Charlie Comyn-Platt has been playing professionally in Australia for ECU Joondalup. Charlie will have to be patient on making his debut however as the club are waiting on his international clearance from the Australian Football Federation.

 

Also this week the club has seen the welcome return to regular training of striker Ben Reardon, the summer signing from North Leigh.

Ben Reardon

Ben suffered a serious injury carried over from last season which came to light during pre season and underwent an operation to rectify the problem. Ben took an active part in both training sessions this week and looked very sharp for someone who has been out for a number of months. On return from his holiday Sports Therapist Tony Dunn will assess where Ben is at in his rehab but the signs look good that he may not be far away from a return and perhaps a few appearances in the Development side could soon occur which would be good news for both Ben and the club.

 

It is also hoped over the weekend that a deal will be reached with regards a Gloucester City player who will be dual registered with both clubs.

This entry was posted on 21 October 2011 at 14:09. You can leave a response here.

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