Jamie Godbold, manager of Bostik North club AFC Sudbury and his assistant Andy Reynolds have been busy with two more new signings as they continue the re-building of their squad after the departure of a number of players in the last month or so.
Added to the squad is attacking midfield man Jake Turner, who last season picked up a Ryman North championship winners` medal with Brightlingsea Regent. He was also Regent`s supporters` player of the year.
He has been with the North Road side for the past four seasons having previously been with Braintree Town.
Turner is something of a set-piece expert and he will be looking to help Sudbury in their new Bostik North campaign.
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Also signing for the Suffolk outfit is experienced front man Lheureux Menga.
The 31-year-old Angolan-born striker finished last season with Harrow Borough having joined them from Grays Athletic in March this year. He in fact played twice against Sudbury for Grays last term.
Menga started his football career with Dagenham & Redbridge and since then has played for a number of other clubs up and down the country, including, Worksop Town, Welling United, Witham Town and East Thurrock United.
Godbold was happy to have signed a well-built forward, saying: “He is a big, strong, aggressive centre forward who will add some experience to our young squad, whilst being able to complement our other attacking players. He had a good goalscoring record for Grays last season and I was impressed with his desire to improve and do well for AFC next season”.