Binfield FC bring in former Mole and sign goalkeeper

James Suarez. Bracknel Town FC vs Frilsham & Yattendon. Photo: Neil Graham.

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Binfield Football Club manager Roger Herridge has re-signed former midfielder James Suarez from local rivals Bracknell Town.

Suarez made two appearances at Hill Farm Lane last season before joining Mark Tallentire as one of the Bracknell managers first signings.

The midfielder scored three times in 12 appearances at Larges Lane but his season was disrupted by injury while also training and competing in the London Marathon.

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Herridge has also signed goalkeeper Munoda Nyamunga from Sydenhams Wessex League side Alton as competition for Garry Aulsberry.

Both Nyamunga and Suarez featured in Saturday’s 1-1 draw with Oxford City Nomads, Nyamunga starting the match between the sticks.

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