Player comings and goings
Even by this season's standards, there's been a lot of movement
Thankfully, the deadline for new registrations this season has expired, so our hon sec can now return to his dark cupboard under the stairs (ed: I think I'll copy him) - even by our high/low/incredible/argh standards (delete as appropriate), there has been much movement of players in and out of the club in recent weeks.
Recently leaving the club have been Kwesi Ntim (joining Chipstead), Ibrahim Jalloh (to Beckenham Town), Great Evans (Hungerford Town), Jake Eales (to Welwyn Garden City on dual reg terms), Harun Hamid (back to QPR as his loan ended), Imran Kayani (back to Slough Town as his loan ended), Bradley Kauzeni (moved to Redhill and has already moved again, to Farnham Town) and O'Shane Stewart (Sevenoaks Town).
Hakeem Adelakun signed for the K's from Corinthian-Casuals this month, a defender/midfielder who made his debut last week at Potters Bar Town.
David Nyarko also made his debut at Potters Bar, he is a forward from Reading's Under 23 squad, but he has had non-league experience this season with both Thatcham Town and Weymouth.
The third and final debutant last Saturday was Hugo Odogwu-Atkinson, a defender who was last with Sutton Common Rovers and has also played for Harlow Town and Hertford Town. We would like to thank Lee Flavin at Non League Chance for his help in signing Hugo.
There were two more debutants in yesterday's game - Chike Kandi is a forward who has signed on dual reg forms from Farnborough. Chike has played for a number of clubs in recent years, including Woking, Dagenham and Redbridge, Aldershot Town, Dulwich Hamlet and Dover Athletic, whilst Emmanuel Adebiyi is a defender who moved from Westfield and has had experience with Kings Langley and Hayes & Yeading United.
We have other members of the squad who have yet to make an appearance this season - goalkeeper James Shaw has joined on dual reg terms from Hassocks and was with Tooting and Mitcham United earlier this season, goalkeeper Mason Whitnell has returned, Alex Solomon is a centre-back who most recently played for Ytterhogdals in Sweden and Enfield Town in North London, whilst Kyran Henderson is a former Crystal Palace youth midfielder whose previous club was Heybridge Swifts.
We can also add that Corey Parchment has started training again after his nasty shoulder injury that he suffered in our game against Cray Wanderers in early December.