Wokingham & Emmbrook FC add trio of players to boost squad




Wokingham & Emmbrook manager Clive McNelly has made three additions to his squad with the highest profile being Tom Williams who makes a return to the club after a short spell at Binfield.

Williams – an attacking midfielder – made six appearances for the Moles after joining in the summer but is now back in the orange and black.

Wokingham & Emmbrook FC manager Clive McNelly. Photo: Mark Pugh.
Wokingham & Emmbrook FC manager Clive McNelly. Photo: Mark Pugh.

Also joining the Satsuma’s are Jake Bailey from Woodley United and Jordan Goddard from Henley Town.

Left-back Goddard made five appearances for the Red Kites while defender Bailey had made just one league appearance for high flying Woodley.

Speaking to FootballinBracknell, McNelly said after his side almost caused an upset in the League Cup at home to Premier Division Lydney Town, that he had been looking for a performance after the surprise defeat to AFC Aldermaston.

McNelly was full of praise for his new trio of players suggesting they had given the club a huge lift after all three featured in what was a narrow 4-3 defeat after leading 3-2 at half-time.

See the up to date Hellenic League Division 1 East table, results and fixtures here.

Main image: Tom Williams by Colin Byers.

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