Bostik League South club Greenwich Borough were delighted with the debut of new signing Nassim Dukali.
Dukali joined Borough from league rivals Herne Bay after an impressive season that has caught the eye of many clubs.
Greenwich manager Paul Barnes told the club`s official Pitchero website: “I am delighted to have secured Nas. I have tracked him personally throughout this season and know the added quality he can bring to our squad.
“Nas is the profile of player that I want to recruit and work with, he is young, has lots of ability and potential, but most of all, has the character and dedication to work hard at his game, that is needed for talented players to progress and go to the next level. The environment we are building at the club is one that will provide the extra support and tools to help players understand the areas they need to develop while also fine tuning the areas they are already strong in. Nas gives me another great option and can perform three or four different roles for the team. I am confident our club will give Nas the opportunity to take his game to the next level.”
Dukali made an impressive debut last Saturday against Horsham and has already given people an insight into things to come.
Meanwhile, Jack Sammoutis has left the club having been granted the opportunity to gain regular first-team football elsewhere.
Sammoutis was subject of a seven-day approach by another club last week, and after discussions between Barnes and the player himself, the decision was made that Sammoutis be given the opportunity to gain regular football.
Barnes said: “Jack has been very professional since I arrived and showed commitment to the club in the transitional period which has gone. We have to make decisions and also be fair and honest to the players we have, and that’s exactly the case here with Jack. I completely understand and respect the fact that he needs to play regularly, any young talented player needs the platform to showcase their ability, I could not give Jack any guarantees as our squad has tough competition throughout all areas. I wish Jack the very best in his future and thank him for his hard work and commitment in the role he has played throughout this season.”
Sammoutis played twenty-nine times for the Borough, scoring 7 goals.