Callum Whitty and George Short back for Bracknell, a signing for Ascot?

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The Hellenic Leagues best beard - Callum Whitty. Photo: Neil Graham.
The Hellenic Leagues best beard - Callum Whitty. Photo: Neil Graham.

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The Hellenic Premier League’s best beard is back at Bracknell Town according to the registered players section of the FA full-time website.

Callum Whitty is making a return to Larges Lane along with midfielder George Short who made a positive impression on joining the Robins midway through last season.

Whitty – the son of former Bracknell striker and manager Richard – is a versatile no-nonsense player able to play at centre-back, midfield or up front – and in fact started his senior non-league career as a goalkeeper for Bracknell.

George Short rises highest for Bracknell Town. Photo: Richard Claypole.
George Short rises highest for Bracknell Town. Photo: Richard Claypole.

Short initially joined the Robins Tallentire revolution in February on a dual registration with Winchester City, but was a mainstay for the Larges Lane side as they avoided relegation with games to spare last time out.

And Ascot?

Well according to the same website the Yellamen have re-registered Jamie West for the upcoming season.

The former Holyport and Flackwell Heath striker player 44 games for the Ascot Racecourse side scoring 14 goals.

Keep up to date with all the latest comings and goings at your club on our dedicated page here.

Main image: Callum Whitty pictured by Neil Graham.

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