Staines Town 1 – 7 Wealdstone FC, Tuesday 28th January 2020

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From wealdstone-fc.com National League South leaders Wealdstone travelled to Wheatsheaf Park to face Staines Town in the quarter-finals of the Middlesex FA Senior Cup on Tuesday evening, keen to book their place in the semi-finals. A first half own goal, along with a brace from Olly McCoy, a penalty from Sanchez Watt, and strikes from Kieron Cadogan, Ross Lafayette, Eric Lopes, and Sanchez Watt, sealed a comprehensive victory for the Stones. Manager Dean Brennan made several changes to the starting line-up which produced a phenomenal performance to defeat promotion contenders Bath City on Saturday. This included debuts for new Birmingham City loanee winger McCoy, as well as former Billericay midfielder Kieron Cadogan. It was Staines Town who took a surprise lead in the 9th minute, as Sheridan Campbell neatly finished…
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Aston Oxborough’s loan extended

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We can confirm that Norwich City have agreed to extend the loan of goalkeeper Aston Oxborough until the end of the season. The 21-year-old commanding shot stopper has been in impressive form for the Stones, having recorded seven clean sheets in the league, up until his injury in early November. He was also voted the September Player of the Month by Wealdstone supporters. Having just returned from a long-term injury, Oxborough will be available for Saturday's top of the table clash with Bath City at The Vale. From wealdstone-fc.com
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Wealdstone FC 7 – 0 Bath City, Saturday 25th January 2020

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From wealdstone-fc.com League leaders Wealdstone entertained second position and fellow title contenders Bath City at The Vale in this weekend’s the top of the table clash, keen to extend their advantage at the summit of the National League South. First half goals from Billy Clifford and Connor Stevens, along with an own goal placed the Stones into a commanding halftime lead; while a second half brace from Dennon Lewis, along with goals from Danny Green and Michael Phillips sealed a scintillating victory for the Stones. Manager Dean Brennan made one change to the starting line-up which produced a brilliant performance and comeback to defeat promotion contenders Havant & Waterlooville last Saturday. Norwich City loanee shot stopper Aston Oxborough, fresh from extending his loan until the end of the season, replaced…
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Stones sign McCoy on loan for rest of season

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Wealdstone Football Club are delighted to announce that Olly McCoy has signed on loan until the end of the season from Championship side, Birmingham City. The 21-year-old winger will be available for selection against Bath City on Saturday at The Vale, for the Stones' top of the table clash. The Blues' winger had been on loan with Conference side Yeovil Town since August, making five appearances for the Glovers, before returning to Birmingham City earlier this month. McCoy has previously had spells within the youth setups at Crystal Palace, Charlton, and Brentford. Born in Slough, the winger will be another local addition to Dean Brennan's squad. From wealdstone-fc.com
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Havant & Waterlooville 2 – 4 Wealdstone FC, Saturday 18th January 2020

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From wealdstone-fc.com Front runners Wealdstone travelled to face fellow promotion contenders Havant & Waterlooville at Westleigh Park in a top of the table clash, intent on asserting their league leader status in the National League South. A first half header from Michee Efete, along with a second half brace from Moses Emmanuel, and a goal from Danny Green sealed an emphatic win for the Stones, as the visitors produced a stunning comeback to power past Havant & Waterlooville. Dean Beckwith and Danny Kedwell were on target for the Hawks. Manager Dean Brennan made two changes to the starting line-up which defeated Welling United last Saturday, with midfielder Jacob Mendy slotting in for Jake Sheppard at left back, and Ashley Charles stepping into midfield for the suspended Michael Phillips. Wealdstone had…
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Jonathan North: In my own words

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From wealdstone-fc.com After a tenure lasting a decade, Jonathan North has agreed to leave the club by mutual consent. What follows is a message to the supporters of Wealdstone FC, in his own words. So, here ends ten years. Here’s to the broken bones and broken skulls. Highs and lows, wins and defeats. Cup ecstasy and cup agony. Regrets and memories. But all in all, one amazing journey. At a time like this, it’s impossible not to take a step back and reflect. When I first joined Wealdstone in the summer of 2010 it was a club desperate to climb back to former glories, recently moved to the Vale and a fanbase around the 350 mark. In my first season we finished a solid mid-table in the Ryman Premier and…
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Wealdstone FC 1 – 0 Welling United, Saturday 11th January 2020

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From wealdstone-fc.com Ten-man Wealdstone held on to secure a deserved 1-0 win against Welling United at The Vale in the National League South on Saturday afternoon. Michee Efete gave the league leaders a narrow half-time lead and grinded to another clean sheet in the second half after Michael Phillips’ red card provided a nervy finish. Dean Brennan freshened up the starting line-up with four changes from the side that lost at Billericay Town in midweek. New signing Moses Emmanuel came in alongside Efete, Connor Smith and Danny Green at the expense of Ross Lafayette, William Edjenguele, Adam Coombes and Jacob Mendy. Another new signing for the Stones featured on the bench, forward Kieron Cadogan is yet to play this season and began Saturday on the side-line. Both sides were fresh…
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Wealdstone sign Moses Emmanuel

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Wealdstone Football Club are delighted to announce the signing of forward Moses Emmanuel. The 30-year-old is reunited with Dean Brennan after being released by Welling United earlier this week and will be available for selection against his former side on Saturday. Emmanuel began his non-league career at Croydon Athletic and was signed by League Two Brentford following a successful 2007/08 season. The forward had loan spell in the National League South with the Wings and Woking, signing permanently for the latter in January 2010. After 18 months at Kingfield, Emmanuel remained in the National League South with Eastleigh and Dover Athletic before he joined Bromley in 2014. The energetic striker scored 15 league goals in 2014/15 and helped Bromley secure the National League South title. Emmanuel continued to score in…
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Wealdstone sign Kieron Cadogan

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Wealdstone Football Club are delighted to announce the signing of forward Kieron Cadogan. The 29-year-old is signed by Dean Brennan for the second time in his career and will be available for selection for Saturday's National League South match against Welling United. Cadogan played for Arsenal and Fulham at youth level before joining Crystal Palace and signed a professional contract at Selhurst Park in 2008. The tricky winger netted on his Palace debut against Coventry City in 2009 and made a total of 21 appearances for the Championship side. A positive loan spell at League Two Rotherham United in 2012 earned the forward a permanent move to Aldershot United and secured an 18-month contract after an initial short-term deal. Due to relegation and financial difficulty at Aldershot, Cadogan signed for…
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Billericay Town 3 – 1 Wealdstone FC, Tuesday 7th January 2020

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From wealdstone-fc.com Table toppers Wealdstone travelled to New Lodge to face seventeenth placed Billericay Town on Tuesday evening, keen to bounce back to winning ways, and solidify their lead at the top of the National League South. Goals from Odysseus Alfa, Jake Robinson, and Femi Akinwande sealed an emphatic victory for Billericay, as Captain Jerome Okimo scored a late consolatory goal for Wealdstone. Dean Brennan made two changes to the side that fell to defeat at Oxford City on Saturday; Adam Coombes replaced Jake Jebb in midfield, while Jake Sheppard slotted in at right back for the injured Michee Efete. After a quiet start to the match, the Stones’ first goal scoring opportunity came in the 10th minute, when the ball was flicked onto Dennon Lewis in the box, who…
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