Vanarama National League South club St Albans City have completed the signings of goalkeeper Dean Snedker and winger Rhys Murrell-Williamson.
Former England under-19 keeper Dean Snedker arrive at Clarence Park from Evo-Stik League Southern Division One Central outfit Cambridge City.
The 22-year-old was born in Northampton and made three appearances in three and a half years with the Cobblers.
He had loan spells at Carshalton Athletic and Brackley Town before joining Kidderminster Harriers in 2015 where he played twnty-nine times.
Following a short spell at Nuneaton Town, he linked up with Kettering Town before finally signing for Cambridge City mid-way through the last campaign.
Saints` assistant-manager Lee Allinson said: “We’re delighted to get Dean’s signature as other clubs were vying for it. I have come across Dean a few times and he is a very good goalkeeper. Speaking to other manager’s in the league below, everyone said he was one of the best in the division.”
— Dean Snedker (@DeanoSnedker) June 14, 2017
The Saints made no hesitation in snapping up former Fulham, Crystal Palace and Celtic youngster Murrell-Williamson following his departure from Ryman League Premier Division outfit Dulwich Hamlet at the end of the season.
Twenty-three-year-old Murrell-Williamson also had spells with Sutton United, Harrow Borough and Aylesbury United before noticeably signing a deal with Dulwich in November 2015.
The multi-talented midfielder then left Champion Hill to join Boreham Wood on loan last season before joining Welling United.
And I can't wait to get started at my new club @stalbanscityfc . Very excited????????
— RMW (@RhysMurrellW) June 13, 2017