Puritans Sign Player With Impressive Football CV!
09-11-2018 I News Headlines
Edmund Hottor
Evo-Stik Southern League Premier Division Central club Banbury United have signed central midfielder Edmund Hottor and taken Matt Taylor on loan.

Twenty-five-year-old Ghanaian Hottor has quite a football CV!

 

He played for the youth team of Italian side Triestina before making his senior debut for the then Series B side as a 16-year-old in October 2009, going on to make a further two appearances at senior level for them before joining AC Milan in January 2010.

 

Whilst never making a senior appearance for the Italian giants in his six years at the club he had loan spells with lower level Italian sides Lanciano, Nocerina and Venezia.

 

In January 2016, Hottor signed for Inter Milan and whilst, as at AC Milan, not making a senior appearance for his parent club, he had loan spells with Portuguese sides Athletico CP and AD Fafe before playing last season for Maltese club Sliema Wanderers.

 

Hottor joined Kettering Town this season and made his debut for the Poppies in mid-September in a Northants Senior Cup game against Cogenhoe United.

 

He went on to make a total of five appearances for Kettering, including starting against Banbury in their 3-2 League Cup win at the Banbury Plant Hire Community Stadium in early October.

 

His last game for Kettering was at the end of October against Stourbridge in the Buildbase FA Trophy, so he is cup-tied and cannot play for Banbury in that competition and will thus not be involved tomorrow against Hayes & Yeading United.

 

Nineteen-year-old left-back Taylor joins the Puritans on loan from SkyBet League One neighbours Oxford United.

 

Taylor was a scholar at Wigan Athletic before joining Derby County in the summer of 2016, progressing to play for the Rams` under-23s.

 

He has previous experience of non-League football as last season he had a three-month loan spell from Derby with then-Vanarama National League North side Gainsborough Trinity.

 

After being released by Derby at the end of last season, he joined Oxford and has been playing for their under-23 side.

 

Oxford have agreed he can play for Banbury in the Trophy, which is good news for Banbury as regular left-back Marvin Martin is currently injured, and if all the paperwork is completed in time, he will be eligible for tomorrow’s game.

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Puritans Sign Player With Impressive Football CV!
09-11-2018 I News Headlines
Edmund Hottor
Evo-Stik Southern League Premier Division Central club Banbury United have signed central midfielder Edmund Hottor and taken Matt Taylor on loan.

Twenty-five-year-old Ghanaian Hottor has quite a football CV!

 

He played for the youth team of Italian side Triestina before making his senior debut for the then Series B side as a 16-year-old in October 2009, going on to make a further two appearances at senior level for them before joining AC Milan in January 2010.

 

Whilst never making a senior appearance for the Italian giants in his six years at the club he had loan spells with lower level Italian sides Lanciano, Nocerina and Venezia.

 

In January 2016, Hottor signed for Inter Milan and whilst, as at AC Milan, not making a senior appearance for his parent club, he had loan spells with Portuguese sides Athletico CP and AD Fafe before playing last season for Maltese club Sliema Wanderers.

 

Hottor joined Kettering Town this season and made his debut for the Poppies in mid-September in a Northants Senior Cup game against Cogenhoe United.

 

He went on to make a total of five appearances for Kettering, including starting against Banbury in their 3-2 League Cup win at the Banbury Plant Hire Community Stadium in early October.

 

His last game for Kettering was at the end of October against Stourbridge in the Buildbase FA Trophy, so he is cup-tied and cannot play for Banbury in that competition and will thus not be involved tomorrow against Hayes & Yeading United.

 

Nineteen-year-old left-back Taylor joins the Puritans on loan from SkyBet League One neighbours Oxford United.

 

Taylor was a scholar at Wigan Athletic before joining Derby County in the summer of 2016, progressing to play for the Rams` under-23s.

 

He has previous experience of non-League football as last season he had a three-month loan spell from Derby with then-Vanarama National League North side Gainsborough Trinity.

 

After being released by Derby at the end of last season, he joined Oxford and has been playing for their under-23 side.

 

Oxford have agreed he can play for Banbury in the Trophy, which is good news for Banbury as regular left-back Marvin Martin is currently injured, and if all the paperwork is completed in time, he will be eligible for tomorrow’s game.

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