Having played in all the 6 top divisions of English Football, Calum Willock comes to Boreham Wood with plenty of experience. He started his career at Fulham, making his professional debut as a substitute, in a 3–0 over Huddersfield Town at Craven Cottage in November 2000. He played two games of the 2001/2002 season, before being loaned out to QPR playing three games.
At the start of the 2002/2003 season Willock joined Bristol Rovers but in October 2003 joined Peterborough United on loan. He scored his first professional goal in a 2–2 draw against Brighton & Hove Albion. In December the loan deal was made permanent for an undisclosed fee. He finished the season with nine goals for the “Posh”. In 2004/2005 he finished the season with 14 goals, though this was not enough to save Peterborough from relegation to League Two.
Willock was signed by Brentford in January 2006 The “Bees” finished the 2005-2006 in third place in League one though failed to get promotion. Willock was a regular in the Brentford team in the 2006/2007 season, due to the serious groin injury sustained by striker Lloyd Owosu. However was released by Brentford in May 2007.
In August 2007 he signed a short term deal with Port Vale, before signing for Stevenage Borough in the Conference National. He was an unused substitute in the FA Trophy Final in 2009 before being released.
He joined Crawley Town on a short-term deal before joining Cambridge United in February 2010, and went on to play fourteen games for the club. In August 2010, he joined Ebbsfleet United spending two seasons with the Stonebridge Road outfit. Willock spent the 2012/13 season at Dover Athletic and was in the side that lost the Play Off Final to Salisbury City.
On the signing of Willock manager Ian Allinson went on to say “I’ve admired Calum for a while now and when the chance came to sign a striker like him I was very happy to do it. I didn’t want to rush into anything initially, as I wanted to see how he would fit in with our dressing room. In truth he’s fitted in fantastically well and as I like to have experience in certain positions, he’s somebody who at 31 has experience and will suit our system, so the signing is great news”.. Allinson concluded by saying “I’m still looking to sign one or two but they have to be the right type of player and character, and I know we’ll be more than ready by the time we travel to Tonbridge Angels on the 17th August”..
We all wish Calum well for his stay at Meadow Park.