Calor League Southern Premier Division promotion-chasers Chesham United have signed former Chelsea starlet Bobby Devyne.
The 21-year-old striker, born in Kiambu, joined Chelsea`s youth academy at the age of 13 after being scouted during a ‘Talent Recruitment Day`.
He played the role of an attacker at the prestigious London outfit and managed to be the second top score with five goals in eleven starts and ten sub appearances in 2009/10 season.
He helped win the FA Youth Cup in 2009/10 season and played thirty-two times and scored eight goals, becoming the scorer of the team. He won the Barclays Premier Reserve League trophy in May 2011
His contract with Chelsea expired at the end of the 2011/12 season and he decided not to renew his contract and was released.
He spent some time out of the game before having trials with a variety of clubs, including MLA side New York Red Bulls, Southend United, Brentford and Bradford City.
Devyne is joined at Meadow Park by lively winger Aston Goss, who has arrived from Southern Division One Central side Aylesbury FC.
Goss joined the Moles from Southern Premier Division St Neots Town in November.
Goss is a tricky winger or striker with pace to burn. Good on the ball and with the ability to go past defenders and make and take chances.
Goss came through Aylesbury United`s youth sides to become a first-team regular for the Ducks.
He went on to have spells with Buckingham Town, Leighton Town, Hemel Hempstead Town and Arlesey Town.
He has had spells in the Southern Premier Division this season with both St Albans City and St Neots and brings considerable experience with him.