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Kingstonian sign Scott Davies

Scott Davies

Experienced midfielder joins K's from Slough Town.

Kingstonian FC is delighted to announce the signing of midfielder Scott Davies from Slough Town.

Scott began his career with in the youth systems at Watford, Wycombe Wanderers and then Reading. He made four appearances with Reading, but spent some time on loan, for example Yeading where he scored a goal in the FA Cup that got them through to a First Round tie in 2006 against Nottingham Forest, and Aldershot Town, for whom in 2008 he won a Conference winners medal, helping the Shots into the Football League.

Other shorter loans to Wycombe Wanderers and Yeovil Town followed, and upon his release by Reading in 2011, he joined Crawley Town, before another short loan to Aldershot Town. In 2013 he moved to Oxford United and then had spells at Dunstable Town, Wealdstone, Oxford City and this season with Chelmsford City before moving to Slough Town in March of last year, helping them in their successful promotion fight.

Kingstonian manager Leigh Dynan is pleased with signing Scott: "I'm really delighted to sign Scott, somebody of his quality in the middle of the park will really help complement our squad. He is someone who has experience in promotion battles and will be a great addition to our midfield."

The player himself is just as happy: "I’m delighted to be joining the club. I spoke to the manager and was very impressed with his desire to make sure that this season finishes as a successful one. I joined Slough at a similar stage last season where they sat just inside the play-offs, and we managed to get the job done. I'm in no doubt from looking at the group of players that we have in our changing room, we can emulate the success of what I had last season and get into the National League South. I’ll do everything I can to add to the team on and off the pitch. Can’t wait to get going. Scotty."

Photo courtesy of www.sloughtownfc.net

Published Friday 1st February 2019 (last updated Saturday 2nd February 2019)