11:00AM, Wednesday 31 May 2017
Slough Town have announced their third signing of the summer with the capture of goalkeeper Jack Turner from Ryman League Premier Division Staines Town.
Turner is widely regarded as one of the best goalkeepers in the Ryman Premier Division and the Rebels have been searching for a new keeper to replace Mark Scott, who broke his neck in an onfield collision playing for the club last season.
Turner moves to Arbour Park after four excellent seasons for Staines where he was managed by former Maidenhead United boss Johnson Hippolyte.
Before joining Staines Turner spent a couple of years on apprenticeship at AFC Wimbledon and was their number two keeper.
Turner - a fine shot stopper - kept out eight of the 12 penalties he faced for the Swans last season.
He is the third new signing for the Rebels after the arrivals of Alan Inns and George Wells from Kingstonian last week.
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