The Evo-Stik League Southern
Published 12th June 2012
....snapping up former Leamington and Hinckley United striker David Kolodynski.
Manager Steve Farmer is delighted to have added a player who is proven at Southern Premier level having enjoyed a prolific spell at Cambridge City.
Farmer said: “It’s terrific news. David was another player on the list we really wanted to get.
“To confirm his arrival is really pleasing.
“He’s proven at this level and he’s got ambitions to play in the Blue Square Bet North and Conference Premier at some point in his career.
“Once again he’s a young guy, 23 I believe, so he fits into our remit.
“There seems to have been question marks against him attitude wise in the past, but having spoken to him a few times I’ve been really impressed by his attitude.”
Kolodynski joins goalkeeper Andy Kemp and midfielder Sam Belcher as the other new arrivals at the Oval. Of last season’s regulars, only winger Tom Bates has left.
Farmer feels his policy of only targeting a select group of players is reaping rewards.
“Last year and this we looked to bring in players we felt would benefit us. We’ve not drawn up a huge list.
“We’ve kept it focused on those we think are best for us,” he said.
Farmer said he is hoping to add up to two more new signings before the end of the week.