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Parish Targeting More Summer Signings

Parish Targeting More Summer Signings

Steve Parish has told the press that Joel Ward is our first capture of the summer, and he will be followed by other signings.

Speaking to the Croydon Advertiser our co chairman said that the club were targeting other reinforcements as Dougie looks to improve on our league position again next campaign.

'We need to work up front and make some changes there. That is what we are focusing on, along with a centre back. Everyone knows that we need more people and it's trading time - we are trying to get a better blend and there is plenty still to do.'

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Writer:Eddy Eagle
Date:Monday June 4 2012
Time: 7:28PM

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