The Ryman Football League
Published 19th July 2012
....Simon Colbran continues to build his squad at Ryman League Division One South club Horsham for the new season.
Enddy Nerplat learned his trade during a three-year spell with the French Ligue One club, between the ages of 17 and 20, before spending last season with FC Vaulx and is described by Colbran as big, strong and good on the ball.
At 6'3", Nerplat is a dominant aerial threat who is equally at home in the centre of defence or attack.
"Enddy's moving to Horsham and has been training with us for a couple of weeks," the Hornets boss explained. "You can see that he's been coached well and I'm absolutely delighted that he's joining us."
Highly-rated by then manager Steve Evans, pacey forward Mithun Nayee broke in to Crawley's senior squad in 2008/09 and made a couple of appearances in the Conference Premier before a serious injury cut short a promising career at the Broadfield Stadium.
He has since played for Horley Town and Lewes.
Completing the trio of additions is 22-year-old winger Martin Mutungi, who joins from Ryman League newcomers Three Bridges.
"We've got real competition in every single position" added Colbran, who hopes to complete one more signing before running his eye over the remaining hopefuls this weekend.
"Hopefully we should know our final twenty before Tuesday's game with Eastbourne Borough but we're making terrific process and there was a good vibe about Tuesday night's training session," he continued.