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Vastly Experienced Hayes Joins Seed Growers
Vastly Experienced Hayes Joins Seed Growers
BetVictor Isthmian League North club Coggeshall Town have signed vastly experienced forward Paul Hayes.
Monday 02 December 19 I 12:21:07 I Photo by

The 36-year-old, who is now a football agent, started his career with Norwich City, but left in 2002 without managing to break through at Carrow Road.

 

He signed for Scunthorpe United and went on to play 99 times for the Iron, scoring 27 goals.

 

He moved to Barnsley in the summer of 2005 and totalled 78 appearances and 13 goals for the Yorkshire side.

 

He re-signed for Scunthorpe in July 2007 and added 132 games to his total and another 33 goals.

 

Moves to Charlton, Brentford and a third stint at Scunthorpe followed before he signed Wycombe Wanderers for a second time.

 

Hayes first arrived at Adams Park in a blistering loan spell from Charlton Athletic in 2012, scoring 6 times in as many matches, and was Gareth Ainsworth’s first signing in the summer of 2014 at the start of an exciting new era for the club.

 

As captain, Hayes scored 15 times as the Chairboys went on to reach the League Two play-off final in his first season and continued to net important goals over the bext two years, including two memorable strikes in the thrilling Emirates FA Cup tie at Tottenham Hotspur.

 

In September 2017 he was released by the Chairboys and signed for Vanarama National League South side Hemel Hempstead Town.

 

He returned to League football with Newport County in October 2017 and took his total of appearances in the pro game to 632 and 127 goals.

 

He joined AFC Sudbury from Newport in the summer of 2018 and then made one appearance in the new Glen Tamplin era at Romford, ironically playing his only game AGAINST Coggeshall before signing for Southern Counties East League Division One side Meridian VP.

 

 

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Vastly Experienced Hayes Joins Seed Growers
Vastly Experienced Hayes Joins Seed Growers
Monday 02 December 19 I 12:21:07
Photo by

The 36-year-old, who is now a football agent, started his career with Norwich City, but left in 2002 without managing to break through at Carrow Road.

 

He signed for Scunthorpe United and went on to play 99 times for the Iron, scoring 27 goals.

 

He moved to Barnsley in the summer of 2005 and totalled 78 appearances and 13 goals for the Yorkshire side.

 

He re-signed for Scunthorpe in July 2007 and added 132 games to his total and another 33 goals.

 

Moves to Charlton, Brentford and a third stint at Scunthorpe followed before he signed Wycombe Wanderers for a second time.

 

Hayes first arrived at Adams Park in a blistering loan spell from Charlton Athletic in 2012, scoring 6 times in as many matches, and was Gareth Ainsworth’s first signing in the summer of 2014 at the start of an exciting new era for the club.

 

As captain, Hayes scored 15 times as the Chairboys went on to reach the League Two play-off final in his first season and continued to net important goals over the bext two years, including two memorable strikes in the thrilling Emirates FA Cup tie at Tottenham Hotspur.

 

In September 2017 he was released by the Chairboys and signed for Vanarama National League South side Hemel Hempstead Town.

 

He returned to League football with Newport County in October 2017 and took his total of appearances in the pro game to 632 and 127 goals.

 

He joined AFC Sudbury from Newport in the summer of 2018 and then made one appearance in the new Glen Tamplin era at Romford, ironically playing his only game AGAINST Coggeshall before signing for Southern Counties East League Division One side Meridian VP.

 

 

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