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Three More Join Margate

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Following the earlier signing of Ryan Moss, Ryman League Premier Division club Margate have announced three more new….

….arrivals at Hartsdown Park.

First is the signing of Zac Attwood from league rivals Maidstone United as revealed last week on this website.

Attwood re-joins Margate from Maidstone after leaving Hartsdown Park last August to join Jay Saunders side.

The 25-year-old scored 24 goals in all competitions last season at the Gallagher Stadium.

Midfielder Kane Wills joins from another league rival in Bognor Regis Town.

The 24-year-old can play anywhere across the midfield and joins the Blues on a two-year deal.

Wills who captained Bognor to a third place finish last season, also led his side out in Sunday’s Sussex Cup Final at the Amex Stadium as the Rocks fell to a 3-0 defeat to Peacehaven & Telscombe.

Manager Terry Brown is excited that Kane has agreed to join the Blues: “Kane has the attributes that an everyday modern midfielder needs”.

“This signing shows how far Margate Football Club has progressed over the past four months. This signing is outstanding as Kane is a talented footballer which just goes to show the ambition we have here at Margate.”

Defender Brett Johnson signs his release from Conference Premier side Woking at the end of the season.

The 28-year-old, who plays centre-half, joins up with Brown for the third time in his career after signing a one-year contract.

Brown signed Johnson from Ashford Town (Middx) while at Aldershot Town.

After a successful stint at the Hampshire Club, Johnson left to join Northampton Town in the Football League.

After spending a season at Brentford, Johnson then joined AFC Wimbledon where he once again teamed up with Brown.

Johnson then joined Woking in August 2012 where he helped guide the Cards to promotion from the Conference South to the Premier where they finished ninth.

Brown said: “I have worked with Brett in the past at both Aldershot and AFC Wimbledon.

“Brett brings with him a wealth of experience and yet he is only 28. He took us from the Ryman League to the Football League at AFC Wimbledon.

“I am delighted that Brett has agreed to join me on another journey which will be epic.”


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