Bostik League South club Whyteleafe, who have lost a manager and several first-team players in recent weeks, have announced the signing of Tommy Hutchings on a deal until the end of the season.
Hutchings, 28, who scored 5 goals in twelve game whilst on loan at Church Road earlier in the season from Dorking Wanderers, has put pen-to-paper to sign for `Leafe for the rest of the season.
Caretaker-manager John Scarborough told the club`s official website: “Tommy has some exceptional qualities that we feel we can work with and make better.
“I’m really pleased to be back at Whyteleafe, when I was here earlier in the season I really enjoyed my time, the support of the fans, the boys in the dressing room and just the whole vibe around the club just made me feel so welcome.”
Former Leatherhead favourite Hutchings made his `Leafe debut in the 1-0 home defeat to Phoenix Sports on Saturday.
Also new in the team against Phoenix was young defender Callum Adonis-Taylor, who joined `Leafe from Bostik Premier side Tonbridge Angels.
Adonis-Taylor broke into the Angels` first-team during 2016/17 from the under-18 side and was a product of the Angels successful youth system.
📝 | BREAKING NEWS | Whyteleafe Football Club is delighted to announce the signing of Tommy Hutchings on a deal until the end of the season.
— Whyteleafe FC (@WhyteleafeFC) November 10, 2017