With a blank weekend, Spencer Day, manager of Evo-Stik League South Premier club Farnborough, updated supporters regarding the latest squad position at Cherrywood Road.
Day said: “With hopefully the worst of our injury, suspension and unavailability behind us, I have had to look at balancing the squad in both numbers and budget as well as being fair to players.”
Day has released Jack Smith to join Evo-Stik League South West side AFC Totton.
“Jack has found himself behind a number of centre halves, never mind CJ Fearn, and his opportunities for game time look limited,” said Day. “Jack is a fantastic lad but at his age needs to be playing and I intend keeping a close eye on him for the future and wish him all the best.”
Ethan Allen has joined Evo-Stik South East side Fleet Town to gain experience at Step 4.
“We have a great relationship with our neighbours and their manager and Ethan has a big future with us but at this stage of his career this is a good short term move for him,” added Day.
Former Arsenal, Southampton and Colchester midfielder Chris Regis has been released by Farnborough.
Day said: “No one doubts Chris talent but as is common when players come out of the Football League it takes a lot to adapt and with players returning for selection, I’ve made the decision that Chris should look elsewhere for game-time and wish him the best.
“The loans for Jake Evans and Dan Walker are currently due to end and I am in negotiations with both clubs in order to secure the players and am hopeful due to our relationship with their parent clubs.
“The game-by-game basis of Glen Southern and Liam Bellamy continues to be assessed for the benefit of all parties.
“Matt Bunyan`s work position has changed due to a colleague`s serious accident which requires Matt to cover time where he would have been travelling and playing for Boro. Both the club and I hope to end a resolution but clearly his school has to be his priority and it is expected we won’t see much of Matt before Christmas time and he may keep fit by playing occasionally at a more local club with less time commitment for travelling.
“It’s a big shame but we hope to see Matt back later this season.
“Patrik Ruzicka has also joined Fleet on loan in order to get regular game time, while Aiden Upward often duel registers with Cove to get game time when not required as cover”.
With a blank weekend, Manager Spencer Day updates supporters with the latest squad position. #FarnboroughFC
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