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Johnson Joins the Racers
Johnson Joins the Racers
Total Motion Midland League Premier Division club Racing Club Warwick have signed forward Danico Johnson.
Monday 30 September 19 I 16:55:00 I Photo by

The 24-year-old has been with BetVictor Southern League Premier Division Central side Alvechurch this season, although he had also been on dual registration with league rivals Romulus.

 

Johnson earned a move to Alvechurch`s league rivals Redditch United last season after being top scorer for United Counties League Premier Division side Rugby Town.

 

He joined Rugby in July 2018 and immediately ingratiated himself to the Valley faithful scoring a hat-trick on his debut at Peterborough Northern Star.

 

Johnson's power and skill terrorised UCL defences in the first half of the season as he netted four hat-tricks and two more braces.

 

The striker's 20-goal mid-season haul did not go unnoticed by higher league sides and former side Redditch scooped up his services in January 2019.

 

He had spells Highgate United, Bromsgrove Sporting and Sporting Khalsa while he also played for Redditch in 2017/18 after spending the 2016/17 season at the Valley Stadium.

 

Johnson has also had spells with Hednesford Town, Coleshill Town and Continental Star.

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Johnson Joins the Racers
Johnson Joins the Racers
Monday 30 September 19 I 16:55:00
Photo by

The 24-year-old has been with BetVictor Southern League Premier Division Central side Alvechurch this season, although he had also been on dual registration with league rivals Romulus.

 

Johnson earned a move to Alvechurch`s league rivals Redditch United last season after being top scorer for United Counties League Premier Division side Rugby Town.

 

He joined Rugby in July 2018 and immediately ingratiated himself to the Valley faithful scoring a hat-trick on his debut at Peterborough Northern Star.

 

Johnson's power and skill terrorised UCL defences in the first half of the season as he netted four hat-tricks and two more braces.

 

The striker's 20-goal mid-season haul did not go unnoticed by higher league sides and former side Redditch scooped up his services in January 2019.

 

He had spells Highgate United, Bromsgrove Sporting and Sporting Khalsa while he also played for Redditch in 2017/18 after spending the 2016/17 season at the Valley Stadium.

 

Johnson has also had spells with Hednesford Town, Coleshill Town and Continental Star.

Copyright Non League Today. Permission to use quotations from this article is granted subject to appropriate credit being given to the Non League Today website as the source and a link back to the Non League Today website.
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