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Parker Makes Brakes Move
Parker Makes Brakes Move
Leamington have signed Joe Parker from Vanarama National League North rivals Gloucester City for an undisclosed fee.
Wednesday 22 January 20 I 12:51:12 I Photo by

The 24-year-old is comfortable in midfield or up front and has made the switch from his home-town club where he came through the youth ranks to make the first team as a youngster.

 

The pacey former Newport County striker, who moved to the Welsh side after catching the eye following a 19-minute hat-trick as an 18-year-old in a 7-0 FA Cup win over Yate Town, is a natural finisher.

 

He returned for his third spell with Gloucester and made over 240 appearances, scoring 49 goals.

 

Manager Paul Holleran told https://www.leamingtonfc.co.uk: “Joe Parker is a player that has been around at this level for a long time and has always been a consistent performer and somebody that we have liked. When we heard that he would be leaving Gloucester and was interested in us it was something we wanted to tie up very quickly.

 

“He is a player that has had a taste of league football before and there's no reason why he cannot get there again. We are delighted to get his signing over the line and hope that he enjoys a successful time with us”.

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Parker Makes Brakes Move
Parker Makes Brakes Move
Wednesday 22 January 20 I 12:51:12
Photo by

The 24-year-old is comfortable in midfield or up front and has made the switch from his home-town club where he came through the youth ranks to make the first team as a youngster.

 

The pacey former Newport County striker, who moved to the Welsh side after catching the eye following a 19-minute hat-trick as an 18-year-old in a 7-0 FA Cup win over Yate Town, is a natural finisher.

 

He returned for his third spell with Gloucester and made over 240 appearances, scoring 49 goals.

 

Manager Paul Holleran told https://www.leamingtonfc.co.uk: “Joe Parker is a player that has been around at this level for a long time and has always been a consistent performer and somebody that we have liked. When we heard that he would be leaving Gloucester and was interested in us it was something we wanted to tie up very quickly.

 

“He is a player that has had a taste of league football before and there's no reason why he cannot get there again. We are delighted to get his signing over the line and hope that he enjoys a successful time with us”.

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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