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Two signings in the bag for Roger Herridge at Binfield FC

Two signings in the bag for Roger Herridge at Binfield FC

Binfield manager Roger Herridge has been been busy in the transfer market this week adding James Suarez from Bracknell Town and goalkeeper Munoda Nyamunga from Alton.

The Moles boss has also added two further signings in former Flackwell Heath, Burnham and Windsor player Jeff Brown.

According to Herridge, Brown is equally at home at centre back or central midfield and comfortable with either foot.

The second signing is young forward Bradley Pagliaroli who has joined the Moles from Kintbury Rangers who was involved in the 1-1 draw against Oxford City Nomads on Saturday.

‘He is a player that first caught my eye at youth level’

Herridge said: “Brad was at Kintbury where he has returned to full fitness after injury. Last season Brad was at Thatcham Town who he joined from Wantage Town.

“He is a player that first caught my eye at youth level playing for Newbury Town where he was a regular goal scorer. His progression has been disrupted by injury but I have no doubts he will score goals at this level and has the potential to play higher.”

Speaking about Brown, Herridge said: “Jeff will not only add quality but much needed experience and leadership to our young side . We hope to have Jeff involved for the first time next week away at Highworth Town.”

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Tom Canning

Tom is the co-editor of Football in Berkshire. He has played at the lowest possible level of football. In real life Tom works for Reach PLC. Former manager of Binfield Ladies in the Thames Valley Women's League.

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