Once again, Aaron Webster, manager of Evo-Stik League South club Belper Town, has looked to improve his squad by using his Burton Albion connections by adding the services of young centre-back Jake Mcintosh to his squad.
McIntosh began his development at Nottingham Forest before having spells in the Gresley academy, Long Eaton United`s under-18 side and with Webster’s Burton Albion development sides.
Webster told the club`s official Pitchero website: “Jake is 17 and is a left-footed centre-half. He’s a good height and build, he’s aggressive with a nice left foot and one for the future.”
The Belper boss added: “I manage him at Burton Albion so I know a lot about him. He is exceptional at his level and I think at the minute and for his progress he needs to be playing and training with men”.
— Belper Town (@BelperTownFC) February 7, 2018