Ebbsfleet Boss Hill Knows He Needs To Sell The Club Again

Ebbsfleet United manager Garry Hill has started the process of rebuilding his squad.

The Fleet have today signed defender Aswad Thomas as they look ahead to the new season.

A free agent after leaving Sutton United, the 29-year-old full-back is their second new player this week.

It’s more good news after centre-back Ayo Obileye moved from Maidenhead United.

The Kent club have seen players say goodbye with Michael Cheek with Sean Shields, Corey Whitely, Ebou Adams, Nathan Ashmore, Jack King and Lawrie Wilson their contracted players for 2019-20.

“You’ve got to sell the club to people again,” Hill said on the club’s website.

“I think anybody who knows me in football in any capacity knows that I’m down the line, I’m straight-talking and I’ll say it honestly.

“I think selling the club to potential players is a massive part of our recruitment this summer.

“If everything off the pitch in those other areas moves in the direction we’re hoping it will, then we want to bring the club and the supporters with us and get everyone behind us again.”

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