Three More New Moles
11-07-2018 I News Headlines
Scott Reynolds, manager of Evo-Stik Southern League Division One Central club Aylesbury FC, has secured the signings of three more players.

Adam Morris is a technically gifted and energetic ball-playing central midfielder.

 

He joins the Moles having previously had spells with Flackwell Heath, Thatcham Town and Thame United.

 

Local to the area, living in Aylesbury, he will bring composure and quality in possession.

 

Morris is a good, experienced player who will play a key part in the Moles team this coming season.

 

Craig Carby returns to the club after a spell with Southall.

 

The much-travelled 36-year-old originally joined the Moles from Chalfont St Peter last year.

 

His other former clubs include Brook House, Hendon, Wealdstone, Windsor & Eton, Boreham Wood, Northwood, Beaconsfield SYCOB and Burnham.

 

Kyle Johnson is a tall, athletic centre-forward with a very impressive goalscoring record at his former clubs.

 

He has been on Reynolds’ radar for a while and when the Southern League opportunity came up, Johnson grabbed it with both hands.

 

Formerly with Hoddesdon Town and Sun Sports in the Spartan South Midlands League, he scored 18 goals in 2016/17.

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Three More New Moles
11-07-2018 I News Headlines
Scott Reynolds, manager of Evo-Stik Southern League Division One Central club Aylesbury FC, has secured the signings of three more players.

Adam Morris is a technically gifted and energetic ball-playing central midfielder.

 

He joins the Moles having previously had spells with Flackwell Heath, Thatcham Town and Thame United.

 

Local to the area, living in Aylesbury, he will bring composure and quality in possession.

 

Morris is a good, experienced player who will play a key part in the Moles team this coming season.

 

Craig Carby returns to the club after a spell with Southall.

 

The much-travelled 36-year-old originally joined the Moles from Chalfont St Peter last year.

 

His other former clubs include Brook House, Hendon, Wealdstone, Windsor & Eton, Boreham Wood, Northwood, Beaconsfield SYCOB and Burnham.

 

Kyle Johnson is a tall, athletic centre-forward with a very impressive goalscoring record at his former clubs.

 

He has been on Reynolds’ radar for a while and when the Southern League opportunity came up, Johnson grabbed it with both hands.

 

Formerly with Hoddesdon Town and Sun Sports in the Spartan South Midlands League, he scored 18 goals in 2016/17.

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