Hendon winger Nathaniel-George joins Crawley Town

PUBLISHED: 17:40 11 June 2018 | UPDATED: 17:40 11 June 2018

Ashley Nathaniel-George looks to pounce on a loose ball (pic DBeechPhotography)

Ashley Nathaniel-George looks to pounce on a loose ball (pic DBeechPhotography)


Hendon winger Ashley Nathaniel-George has left the club and joined League Two outfit Crawley Town.

Ashley Nathaniel-George strikes Hendon's opening goal (pic DBeechPhotography)Ashley Nathaniel-George strikes Hendon's opening goal (pic DBeechPhotography)

The 23-year-old spent last season with Hendon in the Bostik Premier Division and scored 17 goals in 59 games last season.

Previously he was with Aylesbury United and Potters Bar Town.

Director of Football Selim Gaygusuz said: “We have been tracking Ashley for a while.

“Then we scouted him again at the Jamie Vardy Academy trials a couple of weeks ago.

“There were over 40 players there and Ashley stood out.

“He’s quick, loves to take defenders on and has got a good goalscoring record.

“Among our fans I guess there will be the inevitable comparisons to Panutche Camara, who we signed last season, but they have different styles and Ashley is a bit more experienced and he is really determined to take this opportunity to make a career for himself in the Football League.

“I know how keen he is to get started and the chance is there for him and it’s up to him to grab it.”

Ashley has signed a two-year contract with the club, subject to EFL ratification.

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