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Wisbech Town Football Club bring in five new players at Elgoods Stadium




Wisbech Town have made their first five signings of the summer, while it appears a club stalwart has gone in the opposite direction.

New Fenman manager Seb Hayes has brought in Aiden Bradshaw, Callum Milne, Callum Traynor, James Tricks and Jay Whyatt, but long-serving defender and club captain Jonno Fairweather has announced that he has left the club.

Seb Hayes (11959089)
Seb Hayes (11959089)

Fairweather, who has been with the club for nine years, revealed his was parting company with club on the Wisbech Town FC discussion group.

The departure of Fairweather - Wisbech Town's Supporters' Player of the Year winner for last season - is a huge blow for the Fenmen.

But former Huntingdon Town, Peterborough Northern Star and Holbeach United boss Hayes has already began his rebuilding plans for life in the Northern Premier League Division One South East next season.

A statement on the club website said: "Wisbech Town manager Seb Hayes is pleased to announce that the following players have agreed to join the Fenmen:

"Aiden Bradshaw, 24, a right-sided utility player, previously with AFC Rushden & Diamonds and Kettering Town. Spent last season at Desborough Town.

"Callum Milne, 24, a midfielder, who was with Harborough Town last season.

"Callum Traynor, 22, who can play anywhere in defence. Was also with Harborough Town in 2018-19.

"James Tricks, 25, a centre forward who is n stranger to Wisbech fans as this will be his fourth spell with the Fenmen.

"Has Step 4 experience with Kettering Town, St Neots Town and Soham Town Rangers. Spent last season at Holbeach United.

"Jay Whyatt, 17, a midfielder who made his Holbeach United debut as a 16-year-old last season. Part of Mansfield Town’s youth set up."



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