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|Plenty Of Ins & Outs at Welling|
|Saturday 23 January 21 I 09:39:35|
The Wings are yet to play a league game since former Gillingham boss Lovell was named their new manager.
Chairman Mark Goldberg opted to bring in Lovell after the Wings sacked Bradley Quinton with the club rooted to the foot of the National League South table after taking just 8 points from 11 league games.
Midfielders Dominic Vose and Olu Durojaiye both return to Park View Road.
Vose (pictured), 27, began his career as an apprentice at West Ham United and turned out for Tooting & Mitcham United, Barnet, Colchester United and Welling before enjoying a fine spell with Wrexham during the 2015/16 season, bagging 10 goals in 28 National League games before earning a switch to League One outfit Scunthorpe United in February 2016.
During his time at the Racecourse, he netted what was voted as Wrexham's greatest goal in their 151-year history with a wonder strike against Gateshead.
He moved on to Whitehawk and Bromley and then signed for Chester in February 2018 before switching to National League South club Dulwich Hamlet the following summer and then Isthmian Premier outfit Kingstonian in September 2020, to rivals Margate in early November 2020. then back up north to sign for Northern Premier side Radcliffe just before Christmas 2020.
Combative midfielder Olu Durojaiye is also back with Welling.
The 28-year-old returned to Pitching In Isthmian League Premier Division side Haringey Borough in August 2019 having signed for National League outfit Woking in late February 2019 from Haringey.
A regular for Tottenham Hotspur and Norwich City during his youth career, he made his professional debut in the Scottish Championship for Falkirk in 2013 and he went on to make 33 appearances over the course of two seasons.
He returned to England with Enfield Town in 2015, but it was performances over two spells with Haringey that inspired Welling to sign him ahead of the 2017/18 season.
He made over 40 appearances for the Wings as they finished tenth and was regularly one of their stand-out players.
He moved to then-newly promoted National League side Braintree Town in the summer of 2018 but failed to settle and after a short spell with Maidstone United returned to Haringey to aid their promotion push before joining the Cards.
Another new arrival is defender Scott Doe.
The 32-year-old joined Isthmian League North side Romford in February 2020 as he was no longer able to train on a full-time basis.
The 6`1” centre-back started his career with AFC Newbury before joining Swindon Town in 2005.
After being released by the Robins, he joined then-Conference National side Weymouth in 2007, making 63 appearances.
He moved to Dagenham & Redbridge in February 2009 and went on to play 243 times, scoring 11 goals, in his first spell.
He switched to Boreham Wood in July 2015 and then re-joined the Daggers following their relegation from the Football League.
In all, he made 327 appearances in his two spells with Dagenham, including the 2010 Promotion Final at Wembley before he left in February 2018.
He then had spells at Whitehawk and Boreham Wood before joining Billericay in the summer of 2018.
He then signed for National League club Dover Athletic in December 2018 from Billericay Town
Full-back Kristian Campbell also joins, having recently left league rivals Tonbridge Angels.
The 24-year-old was originally with the Bromley academy before going on to have spells with Dulwich Hamlet and Merstham before returning to Hayes Lane as a first-team player in August 2017.
He was loaned to Bognor Regis Town from September 2017 to January 2018 and then signed for National League South club Eastbourne Borough in the summer of 2018 and made 49 appearances in 2018/19.
He signed for Bognor on a permanent basis in late February 2020 and then returned to the National League South with Tonbridge Angels in July 2020.
However, Welling also confirmed the departure of four players in Finn O'Mara, Billy Bennett, Lanre Azeez and Ryan Blackman.
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