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Wisbech Town FC sign four more footballers including ex-Sheffield Wednesday and Notts County youngsters


By Pete Woodhouse


Four more players have arrived at Wisbech Town FC for the 2019-20 Northern Premier League season.

Manager Seb Hayes has now brought in a team's worth of new faces with 11 coming to the Elgood's Fenland Stadium.

The signings are: Spencer Brown (21), full back/midfielder, who was a member of Sheffield Wednesday’s Academy and joins from Oadby Town, where he made 27 appearances last season.

Jack McMillan (12473169)
Jack McMillan (12473169)

Joel Earps (24), central midfielder. Previously with Oadby Town, South Normanton, Ashby Ivanhoe and Dunkirk.

Dan Farrell (23), goalkeeper. Dan has played for Rushden & Higham, Long Buckby, Northampton Sileby Rangers and Brackley Town in his career.

Jack McMillan (21, pictured), central midfielder. Jack numbers Coleshill Town and Sutton Coldfield Town amongst his former clubs and was a member of Notts County’s youth team when he was loaned out to Boston United, Coalville and Grantham.

Boss Hayes said: "We’re really happy that these players have committed for the coming season and look forward to working with them."

It has also been confirmed that Layton Maddison, Ollie Gale and Tim Nkala will be returning for pre-season training.



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