Dom di Paola, manager of Bostik League South club Horsham, has added three new players to his squad as he looks to find the winning formula.
Teenage duo Jack Newhouse and Michael Waller have made the switch from Bostik Premier side Worthing and they are joined by 26-year-old Charlie Oatway junior, son of the former Brighton & Hove Albion midfielder, who spent last season with current Vanarama National League Soutu outfit Bognor Regis Town.
Young forward Newhouse had a trial with SkyBet League Two side Barnet last season, while midfielder Waller made nine senior appearances for the Rebels last season.
The manager told the club`s official website: “Although we’ve made a reasonable start, we’re not where we need to be just yet. We have a big squad but it`s going to take two or three weeks to get settled and it`s inevitable that some players will move on and others come in over the next few weeks. What I hope will happen is that it`s the ones who are up for the fight who want to stay and, just as importantly, that they are the ones who are playing well!”
All three will be eligible for selection for this weekend’s Bank Holiday matches against Thamesmead Town and Guernsey AFC.
News of 3 new signings. All available for this weekend's 2 fixtures.
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