Enfield Town last night announced the arrival of four new players to Donkey Lane.
Brandon Adams has come through the youth ranks at QPR, and the striker spent much of last year on loan to Persatuan Bola Sepak Perlis in Malaysia, but now he has decided that his future lies closer to home. Another arriving former Academy starlet- at Watford this time- Bradley Empson can play at full back or midfield, whilst a third, winger Bilal Sayoud, signs from Coventry City.
The fourth signing has rather more experience, Sam Hatton having played for AFC Wimbledon, Aldershot Town, Grimsby Town and Welling United. You can read more on these moves by visiting the Towners official website, here.
Big signing news from Kent- although not yet confirmed on the websites of either of the clubs involved- sees Sittingbourne talisman Kane Rowland move on to spearhead the attack of county rivals Folkestone Invicta. Rowland will be an enormous loss to the Brickies, although his move will bring a sigh of relief from South East Division defenders which will be audible at both ends of the A2. Writing on the Sittingbourne Facebook Page, Rowland stated:
'Thank you everyone! Really enjoyed last season with the best supporters around and a club full of top people. I'm sure the lads will do very well this season. Thanks again for the support.'