Hinckley United, already relegated from the Blue Square Bet North, have added two more players to their squad as they….
….bid to finish the season well.
Highly-rated midfielder Roland Agbor has arrived from North West Counties League Premier Division side Stone Dominoes.
Manchester-based Agbor joined Dominoes from Evo-Stik League Southern Division One South & West side Evesham United last month.
He was previously with Halesowen Town.
Also arriving at the Greene King Stadium is much-travelled goalkeeper Ashley Timms.
Timms started out with Manchester City, playing over 100 youth and reserve games.
He brings with him plenty of experience having played for a number of clubs including Altrincham, Atherton LR, Curzon Ashton, Mossley, Shrewsbury Town, Runcorn, Accrington Stanley, Bacup Borough, Barrow AFC, Cambridge City and Wakefield. Ashley has also trialled with Norwich City, Bolton Wanderers, Fulham, Oldham Athletic, Macclesfield Town and Leeds United.
A promising career was halted by some errors of judgement off the pitch, and after some time away from the game, he joined Evo-Stik Northern Premier League Premier Division side Ilkeston FC on a one-year deal.
In January 2013, he negotiated his release from Ilkeston and briefly joined league rivals Worksop Town before signing for Evo-Stik League Southern Premier Division side Hemel Hempstead Town in January.