Keep up to date with all goings-on here at Homelands Park.
Keep up-to-date with recent player movements at Ashford United!
Here’s our latest squad update as of Friday 11th January 2019.
Ollie Rowe has recently left to join fellow Bostik League South East Division side Hythe Town. Unfortunately Hythe came in with an offer which we couldn’t match and Ollie couldn’t refuse. We are sad to see Ollie leave but wish him all of the best at Hythe and in the future, maybe one day he can return here to Homelands.
Joe Bingham and the club have mutually agreed for him to depart. Unfortunately due to Joe’s work and personal commitments he was unable to commit to our strict training regime, so we agreed it was best for both parties for him to move on elsewhere. Best of luck to Joe!
Goalkeeper Aaron Lee-Wharton has decided to make his position at Sheppey United a permanent deal! He was on dual registration between the two clubs but is doing well at Sheppey with first team football, putting in lots of good performances and has made that number one shirt his own. We’re pleased to see Aaron doing so well and wish him all the luck in his future, he’s always welcome back!
Stefan Cox still remains at the club, but on Saturday vs Whitstable Town will be serving number 6 of his 7 game suspension, he should return for the away fixture to Three Bridges on 26th January. Bode Anidugbe misses the Whitstable match with his one game suspension, as will Lea Dawson with the first of his three game ban, both from their bookings during the Hastings United match last week.
Tommy Warrilow is hoping to bring in some new faces in the next few days, and has also opted to bring in three of Barry Fuller’s Under 18 players. They took part in first team training on Thursday evening and Tommy has told us none of them looked out of place. They will all be involved in today’s match day experience in some form. They are Sonny Wirt, Kundai Munyama and Anthony Oladipupo. Good luck lads!
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