Hendon trio join McCann at Hampton

PUBLISHED: 16:00 25 June 2018

Zak Joseph has left Hendon to join Hampton & Richmond Borough (pic: DBeechPhotography)

Zak Joseph has left Hendon to join Hampton & Richmond Borough (pic: DBeechPhotography)


Tom Lovelock, Rian Bray and Zak Joseph have all swapped Greens for Beavers

Hendon trio Tom Lovelock, Rian Bray and Zak Joseph have joined former Greens manager Gary McCann at National League South outfit Hampton & Richmond Borough.

The three players have all attracted undisclosed fees for their move to the Beavers.

Bray was an ever-present for Hendon in the Bostik Premier last season and was the only player to start all 46 league games, making 63 appearances in total and scoring one goal.

Lovelock, meanwhile, initially joined the Greens in December 2016 and went on to make 77 appearances between the sticks.

Joseph was another to feature regularly for the Silver Jubilee Park outfit last term, netting 18 goals in 57 appearances in all competitions.

Though the trio have all brought in transfer fees for Hendon, the loss of players of that quality is another blow for new boss James Gray ahead of the new Evo-Stik League South Premier South season.

Only last week, the Greens saw Niko Muir, their top goalscorer last season, join Hartlepool United of the National League for an undisclosed fee.

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