Date: 31st March 2010 at 5:05pm
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Gary Ablett has welcomed four new faces into the squad at Manor Farm this week, a midfielders, two defenders, and a striker training with the County players since Monday.

First up, we have two Frenchman in Cedric Ngakam and Goffin Boyoko. Ngakam has spent time this season with Welling United of the Conference South and plays at centre-back.

Boyoko made three appearances in the Lille first team in 2008 before being let go. He plays as a defensive midfielder and will give more cover in that position should Ablett decide to sign him.

Then we have former Ipswich defender Matthew Brown, who plays at centre-back and impressed YT Coach Craig Madden in today-s 1-0 defeat to Bury in the Senior Cup.

Madden said: ‘On the positive side we were able to look at four trialists and Matthew Brown, in particular, did very well.’

‘The game also helped the development of our younger players which was another plus point.’

And finally, Stoke striker Adam Vickers makes up the quartet, a big striker who has impressed for a few years in The Potters Youth Academy.

All four made their County debuts in the Senior Cup loss today at Manor Farm, in which Danny Carlton won the match for the Shakers.


3 Replies to “Four New Faces In County Squad”

  • Now, whether these players are of just League Two standard (or even Conference standard – shdder at the thought) it is very positive news as it shows Ablett IS thinking of a next season. More grounds for guarded optimism?

  • Aye. Still prefer Gannon back though, c’mon Connelly, get your arse into gear and get Jimbo back. 🙂

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