SIGNINGS FOR 2012/2013
Boreham Wood Football Club can announce to its supporters that having finished the season so well, we have actively been agreeing deals, speaking with many of last year’s squad and of course speaking with some new targets for next season’s campaign.
Although other negotiations will remain ongoing, our Manager Ian Allinson and his Player/Assistant Manager Luke Garrard, are pleased to announce that financial agreements have been reached with the following: –
- Luke Garrard
- Mario Noto
- Charlie O’Loughlin
- Callum Reynolds (Signed from Tamworth)
- Mark Jones
- Chez Isaac (Signed from Watford)
- Graeme Montgomery
- Inih Effiong
- Robert Hastings
Letters of re-engagement have also been sent to: –
- David Hutton
- Ruddock Yala
- Omar Beckles
- Harvey Scott-Morris
- Simeon Akinola
- Sammy Doolan
Manager Ian Allinson said “I’m pleased that the Chairman has again made funds available to me to compete in this league and I’m happy we’re putting together a squad that’s full of experienced heads and talented younger players that can complement each other and progress the club… We have lost Osei Sankofa to Eastleigh, but let’s face it we’re never going to be in a position to compete with the wages that Eastleigh are paying at present, as I’m sure other clubs at our level are about to find out.
“However, Our Chairman and my management team have worked overtime in bringing Chez Isaac to the Club from Watford. He played very well last season when on loan with us and formed a very good midfield partnership with Sam Cox. As such he was very high on my shopping list, so I’m delighted to get him.
“Towards the end of last season when I had targets, funds were again made available to me, so we brought in Callum Reynolds from Tamworth and Graeme Montgomery from Eastleigh and both have now also signed deals for next season which again strengthens us hugely.
Allinson ended “Last season was difficult at times, as we played the majority of the season’s campaign without our Club Captain Luke Garrard and Team Captain Mario Noto, which for us was a massive set back. So having both these lads back and raring to go, will be like 2 new signings for us”.