First Players Start Registration Process

Some weeks after many other clubs started to announce their retained players and new signings, Fleet Town are pleased to confirm that our secretary has started the registration process, after training on Thursday, as Koo is building the team he wants for the challanges of the season ahead. It is expected more players will join the registration process after the games on Saturday and Tuesday, as those supporters that have come to the recent friendlies will have seen, there will be many new names and faces to get to know.

In an interview with Chairman Alec Grant, one of the players joining us, Ryan Davis has this to say

“ Firstly from a personal point of view I’m very happy to have signed for the club. After being with Aldershot since the age of 15 this is a new venture in my career and one I’m relishing. The coaching staff and board have been first class with me from the minute I walked in they leave no stone unturned and make the surroundings as professional as possible and it’s much appreciated. It’s a great opportunity for me to continue my development, play regularly at a good level and to showcase what I can do. I aim to get the fans excited off their seats with my play and more importantly the team getting 3 points! 

 

There’s no hiding the season is going to be tough. Some of the boys I feel have had a reality check that this isn’t “academy” Football anymore. They’re going into a completely different environment where they’re going to have to learn quickly that getting results are the key.

 

 However, that being said there is talent here. This group has been put together with no one really knowing each other previously but we are starting to gel more over time and I feel that’s shown in some of the friendlies we’ve played. Ultimately we want to finish as high as we possibly can in the league and see where that takes us. Many would have tipped us for relegation this season but that’s the sort of motivation needed as a squad to stick together to prove them wrong and prove ourselves right. It’s a big season for everyone connected with the club and one where what’s happened previously can quickly be forgotten. “

His views, in particular, on the management team and coaches are shared by all the players that have been part of the trials, training and friendlies and the club looks forward to being part of Ryan’s progression in his football career and ambitions.