Sydenham's Football League
Published 11th July 2012
Former Tadley man Matt Aslett, ex-Team Solent player Scott Kinge and and Ed Hall from AFC Aldermaston become their first new signings of the season.
Tadley already know about midfielder Aslett as he played under former manager Craig Effer at Barlows Park a few seasons ago.
His tireless work rate, shutting down and ability to pick out passes mean that Tadley have really strengthened the centre of the park.
Although Tadley have lost central midfielder Callum Bush to Shrivenham, they feel with their other new signing, Scott Kinge, they are actually stronger than they were last season in this area.
Kinge is out injured for the first part of the season. However, when he returns he will be a very important player, and similar to Aslett, he also has a great eye for goal.
Hall scored a number of goals whilst playing for Aldermaston at Hampshire League Premier Division level.
He has now made the step up and is what the club have been missing. He will be sure to bring goals and his pace will worry defenders.
With last season`s top scorer Jason Graham re-signing, this could be a great new strike partnership for the club.