Rooks swoop for Pritchard

Rooks swoop for Pritchard

Former Charlton Athletic star to bring his footballing and community skills to Lewes

Stuart Fuller
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CAFC

Lewes FC are delighted to announce that Bradley Pritchard has joined the first team squad for the forthcoming season.

Zimbabwean Pritchard joins us from Cray Wanderers to link up once again with Tony Russell and Joe Vines, although he is probably better known for his performances in the English Football League for Charlton Athletic and Leyton Orient. Rooks fans may also remember him from our encounters against Greenwich Borough. He made 67 appearances for Cray Wanderers between 2018 and the end of last season, scoring nine goals. Rooks boss Tony Russell was very pleased to have secured his services:

"I am over the moon that Pritch has agreed to sign for us. He is not only one of the best players at Step 3 on the pitch but off it too. He will bring good quality, high energy football and he chips in with a few goals when making late runs into the box. He is a brilliant all-round player who I'm sure will quickly become a fans favourite!"

Bradley is a fully qualified lawyer and is also heavily involved in a number of community projects including being the founder of the social enterprise programme Groundwork. Bradley will also work with Lewes FC on a number of community projects off the pitch.

"I've been a long time admirer of Bradley on the pitch. He has an effortless control on games and will be a fantastic addition to our squad for next season. Off the pitch he is one of the most enthusiastic people I have met in the game and will be a real bonus for the club as we grow our work in the community", Lewes FC Chair Stuart Fuller added on announcing his signing.

News of further additions to the squad will be made in the coming weeks.

Lewes FC are delighted to announce that Bradley Pritchard has joined the first team squad for the forthcoming season.

Zimbabwean Pritchard joins us from Cray Wanderers to link up once again with Tony Russell and Joe Vines, although he is probably better known for his performances in the English Football League for Charlton Athletic and Leyton Orient. Rooks fans may also remember him from our encounters against Greenwich Borough. He made 67 appearances for Cray Wanderers between 2018 and the end of last season, scoring nine goals. Rooks boss Tony Russell was very pleased to have secured his services:

"I am over the moon that Pritch has agreed to sign for us. He is not only one of the best players at Step 3 on the pitch but off it too. He will bring good quality, high energy football and he chips in with a few goals when making late runs into the box. He is a brilliant all-round player who I'm sure will quickly become a fans favourite!"

Bradley is a fully qualified lawyer and is also heavily involved in a number of community projects including being the founder of the social enterprise programme Groundwork. Bradley will also work with Lewes FC on a number of community projects off the pitch.

"I've been a long time admirer of Bradley on the pitch. He has an effortless control on games and will be a fantastic addition to our squad for next season. Off the pitch he is one of the most enthusiastic people I have met in the game and will be a real bonus for the club as we grow our work in the community", Lewes FC Chair Stuart Fuller added on announcing his signing.

News of further additions to the squad will be made in the coming weeks.