Williams Steps Back Up With Hungerford

Central defender Matt Williams has signed for Hungerford Town and will come straight into the squad for the trip to Chelmsford City tomorrow.

Joint-manager Jon Boardman has described Williams as a "strong natural defender who loves defending".

Formerly with Cheltenham Town, Bishops Cleeve and Gloucester City, Williams also has an eye for goal, recording a number of goals already for Evesham United in the Evo-Stik League South West this season.

Boardman watched Williams play as part of a three-man defence in the Buildbase FA Trophy 3-1 defeat to Cirencester Town a month or so ago and was impressed with what he saw.

Striker Luke Hopper and former player Bradley Gray have also rated Williams highly and recommended the signing.

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