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Latest Player News from the EvoStik League South

Saturday Jun 8, 2019


 Brett Donnelly switches back to Hitchin! informs that the former fan favourite will re-join Hitchin Town Football Club as a player and a coach for 2019-2020 season. He had such experience at Biggleswade last season, but he returned to his previous team spending just one season in Bedfordshire.

 The successful footballer will sign a contract as a player; however, and at the same time, he will be a coach. He has great experience and this is an advantage for a predominantly young Hitchin Town squad. He has played 198 football matches, and scored 52 goals.

 Donnelly notes that he is glad for getting such a chance to come back and help a football club for the next year. He is thankful for such an opportunity and is ready to work hard and get good results.

 Louis Britton Earns Bristol City Move

 Louis Britton has signed to play with The SkyBet Championship side Bristol City. Last month, he managed to score 3 goals in one game and was offered to sign a contract with the Championship outfit for 1 year.

 This professional young striker is a son of Geoff Britton who was one of the favourite players of the club. Louis Britton has great potential that is proved by numerous goals including against Cinderford Town in a 5-0 victory.

 Previously, he worked at a number of clubs, including Cadbury Heath, Brislington, and Odd Down under-18s. He has played 29 times this season, scoring 15 goals for Mangotsfield United.

 Cowley leaves Sporting to go full time in the League

 Jason Cowley has signed a professional contract with League Two side Stevenage.

 This footballer is top goalscorer in the non league. He scored 107 goals in 127 games and made a great contribution to Sporting Bromgrove’s progress

 As he said, “I appreciate every second that I spent in this football club. I want to thank it for helping me to rich such results in my professional career. All the fans are incredible, and they have been supporting me since I scored my first goal several years ago. I have been dreaming of playing in this club since I was a little boy. I am so happy that I have achieved it. But I am not going to stop on this. I want to improve my skills. I will never forget this club. I want to thank it for the best three years I had there. Love you all!”

 His old manager commented, “I’m so happy for Jason. This is a worthy reward for him. He worked hard for this. He adores what he does and football is his life. We did our best for him, and he responded in kind. That is why we are happy to help Jason because he deserves it. I want to thank him for all that he has done for the team. I wish him good luck.”

 Stourbridge appoint.

 Stourbridge were pleased to introduce their new manager to its fans last week. It will be Ian Long, and Richard Colwell will assist him in this.

 Andy Pountney said, “Our team is so glad to work with Long and Colwell. Ian was one of the best for the vacant manager’s position. I want to thank everyone who responded to the vacancy. But I must admit that Ian is a professional in this field. As a manager, he had achieved a lot in his previous football club. Ian’s achievements speak for themselves, and we know how many forces he put for this. We know that he did impossible things without having the necessary resources at his disposal last season. I hope that he will do no less for us, and this will lead our club to even greater victories in the Championships. We can’t wait to start working with all the new team and hope that this appointment will be a pleasant surprise for our fans.”

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