Comings and goings at Welwyn Garden City FC

PUBLISHED: 16:43 08 February 2017 | UPDATED: 16:43 08 February 2017

Ex-Potters Bar Town player Lewis Donovan has signed for WGC FC

Ex-Potters Bar Town player Lewis Donovan has signed for WGC FC

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Welwyn Garden City boss Adam Fisher has been on a recruitment drive adding five players in recent weeks.

As his side kick their heels - having played just once in a month and that away from home at London Tigers - Fisher has wasted little time in addressing his team’s slump in form since the turn of the year.

In recent weeks, the Herns Lane boss has made five new signings in an attempt to turn around current form.

Following hard on the heels of the recruitment of Louis Lee and Marcus Campbell two months ago, WGC FC have signed goalkeeper Kyle Forster, ex-Ware and Aylesbury FC, ex Potters Bar Town defender Lewis Donovan from Hertford Town and midfielder George Brinkman from Tring Athletic.

Striker Jack Read, who struggled to command a regular starting role during his time with the Citizens, has gone the other way, joining Tring.

Most recent captures for the Claret and Blues have been forward Daril Nwgala, who joins from Biggleswade United, and left-side midfielder or full-back Paul Morris, who impressed for former club Stotfold in their win at Herns Lane a month ago.

Another recent departure has been forward Manny Melford-Rowe, who has rejoined former club Cockfosters, while midfielder Danny Fitzgerald, out of action in recent months, is also back with his previous club, league leaders London Colney.


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