Dereham Town sign former Lowestoft Town striker Jamie Forshaw
PUBLISHED: 16:34 12 June 2017 | UPDATED: 16:34 12 June 2017
Shirley D Whitlow
Dereham Town have signed former Lowestoft Town striker Jamie Forshaw.
Forshaw was released by the Trawlerboys at the end of the season and Dereham, under new manager Neal Simmons, have snapped up the forward.
Forshaw will compete with the likes of Ryan Crisp and Ashley Jarvis for a starting berth up front in the upcoming campaign.
Simmons has been busy moulding a squad after taking over from Matt Henman at the end of the season.
Vadim Costandachi has committed himself to the Aldiss Park side for the 2017/18 season whilst former Leiston and Kirkley man, Crisp, has also told the club he sees his future with the Magpies.
They followed up David Hinton and Jake Anema to re-sign for Dereham although long-serving midfielder Adam Smith has left the club due to the amount of travel involved in playing in the Ryman League Division One North.
Smith leaves the club after nine seasons’ service.
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