Lowestoft sign four new players

LOWESTOFT Town have made four new signings ahead of their first season in Ryman League Division One North. All four players put pen to paper just before meeting up with their new team mates ahead of the start of pre-season training last night.

LOWESTOFT Town have made four new signings ahead of their first season in Ryman League Division One North. All four players put pen to paper just before meeting up with their new team mates ahead of the start of pre-season training last night.

Craig Bussens is 19-years-old and a right-sided midfielder. Originally with Norwich City before he joined the Cambridge United Academy and playing regularly for CRC in the Ridgeons League, earning himself a professional contract.

Craig transferred to AFC Sudbury in September 2008. He was Sudbury's man of the match in the Suffolk Premier Cup semi-final against the Blues in March. Andrew Fisk is 21-years-old and a midfield player who is a product of the Norwich City Youth system earning a full-time professional contract with the Canaries.

Andrew joined King's Lynn on loan in December 2006 and signed permanently for the Linnets when he was released by Norwich at the end of that season. Andrew made just under a century of first-team appearances for King's Lynn. Adam Smith is 23-years-old and is also a product of the Norwich City Youth Academy and became a Reserve team regular. He joined King's Lynn under Tommy Taylor in August 2004 and his form was so impressive that he was Taylor's first signing when he took over the reins at Peterborough United.

Injuries and a change of manager restricted his opportunities with the Posh and he had loan spells with King's Lynn and Boston United before rejoining King's Lynn in September 2008. Adam is happy playing anywhere down t he left.

Chris Bond is an 18-year-old striker and a local lad who spent his youth career with Ipswich Town before joining the Lincoln City Youth Academy upon leaving school. Injuries hindered his progress in his final year and he returns to his home town to restart his footballing career.

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