National League South: Wealdstone add Marvel Ekpiteta, Bradley Hudson-Odoi and Rhys Tyler to ranks

PUBLISHED: 11:30 23 May 2018

Bradley Hudson-Odoi has rejoined Wealdstone (pic: Wealdstone FC)

Bradley Hudson-Odoi has rejoined Wealdstone (pic: Wealdstone FC)


Stones also announce departure of Harry Goodger

Wealdstone have added three more players to their squad, with Marvel Ekpiteta, Bradley Hudson-Odoi and Rhys Tyler the latest to join the National League South outfit.

Hudson-Odoi rejoins Stones and is a popular signing with supporters after his performances in his first spell at the club in the 2015/16 season saw him win Junior Player of the Season, promopting a move to National League side Sutton United at the end of that campaign.

Since his last spell at Grosvenor Vale, Hudson-Odoi has played at Sutton and was also loaned out to Maidstone United, Eastleigh and Hampton & Richmond Borough where he joined the latter on a permanent basis at the start of 2018.

Hudon-Odoi narrowly missed out on promotion to the National League Premier with the Beavers after they lost their play-off final to Braintree Town on penalties.

Stones fans will hope for a repeat of his first spell here where he unlocked plenty of National League South defences from attacking midfield.

Defenders Ekpiteta and Tyler join from Bishop’s Stortford and Hungerford Town respectively.

Tyler was a scholar at Reading and played professionally in Germany, before returning to England in 2015 when Stones boss Bobby Wilkinson signed him for Hungerford.

Departing the club, though, is forward Harry Goodger, who joined from Whitstable Town at the end of 2017 and his work-rate, attitude and personality made him a popular player amongst Stones supporters.

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