Woking Sign England C Keeper

By Steve Whitney

Following a period on trial, Vanarama National league club woking have announced that England C goalkeeper Brandon Hall has made a contractual commitment to the Cards.

Lewisham-born keeper, who grew up in Gillingham, came through Charlton Athletic’s youth system and was a regular in the Addicks’ under-18 side.

On his release from The Valley in the summer of 2011 he moved to the Nike Academy, from where he was signed by St Mirren.

After six months in Scotland, 6`1” Hall was snapped up by Hayes & Yeading United in September 2012.

At Hayes, he went on to play twenty-four times in the National League (Conference) South, dislodging first-choice keeper James Beasant.

He signed for Ebbsfleet in July 2013 and went on to make over fifty appearances as well as a spell on loan at Lewes.

Where next?

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