Regis for Rangers

By Ian Townsend

A Concord Rangers debut for Chris Regis

Prior to last night's victory over Billericay Town, Concord Rangers announced the signing of midfielder Chris Regis- and he played seventy six minutes on his debut.

Chris came through the ranks at Arsenal, played Under 18 football at Southampton, and was then an Under 21 at Colchester United before making the move into senior football at Port Vale.

Torquay United, Truro City and Wealdstone were his next ports of call, before he first arrived as an Isthmian, playing for Coggeshall Town and making eight appearances at the start of the 18-19 campaign. He moved on to play for Cambridge City and Barton Rovers before joining Chalfont St Peter for the closing stages of the 21-22 campaign, and then spent last season playing National League South football for Braintree Town.

He started this season with Bishop's Stortford, moved on to Folkestone Invicta in October- and played for the Stripes eleven times before heading back to National League South with Aveley.

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