Further Recruitment for Kent Football United

Kent Football United have added further names to their squad as the start of the 2020/21 season draws ever closer.

With the SCEFL announcing a kick-off date of 5th September for the new campaign Clubs have been busy recruiting and none more so than KFU, who have now declared 13 of their new look playing squad.

The latest to arrive at the EFES Stadium are Callum Flynn, Charlie Tagg, Emilio Regini-Moran, Ronald Kemokai, Raphael Kalu, Harry Rogers and Darren Nash.

Callum Flynn – The winger has spent the past few season at Sutton Athletic, playing over 50 times and netting 14 goals. Previous to that was part of a successful Phoenix Sports Reserves Side that finished the 2017/18 campaign as London Senior Trophy winners.

Charlie Tagg – Came through the youth set-up at Ebbsfleet United before making the move to Phoenix Sports. The attacking threat is well known to the Management Team having played for Tudor Sports last season.

Darren Nash – Experienced midfielder that missed last season with a broken leg. Former Tudor Sports captain and Kent League regular for sides like Erith Town and Cray Valley PM.

Emilio Regini-Moran – Highly regarded product of the Ebbsfleet United Academy. Played in the U19 National League Alliance for Fleet last season.

Harry Rogers – Another to make the move from Tudor Sports. Has also played for Metrogas and Eltham Palace.

Ronald Kemokai – Made a couple of appearances for Erith & Belvedere in the SCEFL Premier Division last season.

Raphael Kalu – Another to have a spell with the Deres last term.

These latest recruits will now join up with the others already announced by Kent Football United, namely Ross Morley, Aaron Seales, Archie Valler, Brad Potter, Jamie Lawrence and Javlon Campbell.

No doubt that the squad will extend even further in the weeks to come but for now this is looking like an exciting set-up for the Club.

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