09:20AM, Thursday 03 November 2016
Maidenhead United have strengthened their defensive options with the addition of French defender Remy Clerima.
Clerima, who was once on the books at French club Lorient, was signed by Alan Devonshire when he was manager at Braintree Town, and the former West Ham United man is clearly keen to keep his players on their toes by increasing competition for place as the season heads towards its halfway stage.
The 26-year-old moved to Brackley Town from Histon in February 2014 having previously been captain of the Cambridgeshire club when they were in the National League.
*Not content with putting five past Burnham and hitting seven against Harefield, Maidenhead United Youth hammered eight goals past Marlow u18s in an 8-3 Allied Counties Premier League win last night (Wednesday)
A slow start saw the Magpies fall 2-1 behind in the early stages but a superb fight back, led by Josh Kelly’s four first half goals, saw the visitors lead 5-2 at the break. Alex Colverd notched the other.
Kelly’s fifth goal made it 6-3 in the second half before he was withdrawn with a view to him playing for the first team in next Tuesday’s Berks & Bucks Senior Cup quarter final tie at Marlow.
Sean McCormack was rewarded for a strong performance with the team’s seventh goal and substitute Kai Stubbs netted the eighth.
Next up for the youth team a home game against Marlow u18s on Wednesday (November 9).
*The club’s u21s development team have a voluntary vacancy for an assistant coach and/or administrator to help on match days in the Suburban League. For more details please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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