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Regent shuffle the pack

Regent shuffle the pack

Tom Rothery9 Nov 2015 - 17:17
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First team Manager James Webster has been busy in the last few weeks changing the squad with news of players signing and departures.

James Webster has had a busy few weeks with several players moving in and out of the R's.
Terry Rymer signed before the victory against Maldon & Tiptree from Thurlow Premier side Stanway Rovers and has played in all three games since signing which Regent have won. Rymer needs no introduction to Regent followers having played a part in all three recent promotions plundering over 100 goals in that time.
Ollie Bowles a young goalkeeper who was the number 1 for Brentwood Town in their promotion season last year has signed on dual registration from Concord Rangers. Ollie signed at the same time as Rymer has also played in the three games since signing helping secure three wins and two clean sheets.
The final signing is Jake Clowsley also from Thurlow Premier side Stanway Rovers. Jake is a striker who can also play in wide positions and goes into the squad for tomorrow's league game away at Heybridge Swifts.
On departures, George Clarke was allowed to leave and signed for fellow Ryman North side AFC Sudbury where he was a used sub for the Suffolk side in the recent 1-3 away win for Regent.
Brendon Heath has returned to Ryman Premier side Needham Market after a successful loan period with Regent. Brendon has been part of the squad since pre-season and has been a good signing in his time with Regent and hopefully has proven a good experience for a young talented player.
Daniel Beeson is currently unavailable after the recent birth of his first child and is taking some time away from football.
Kieran Ayling the under 18 skipper for Regent has gone on loan to Thurlow Premier side FC Clacton to gain experience and started in their recent narrow defeat in the FA Vase to AFC Dunstable.
Sam Hodder, another member of the under 18's has also gone on loan to gain experience with Thurlow Premier side Stanway Rovers.
James Webster commenting on the recent changes said " I felt the squad needed some minor changes as we looked for more consistency after a slowish start to the season. I feel the balance of the squad is better now with the recent changes and hopefully with games in hand we can continue to rise the table and build on our last three victories".

Thanks to all the clubs involved with the player changes and we wish all players that have departed the best of luck in their football futures and thank them for their efforts whilst at Brightlingsea Regent and a warm welcome to the club to the new signings.

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