NEW ADDITION: Good golly, it’s Moly!

Bromsgrove Sporting are delighted to announce the signing of striker Jamie Molyneux.

Proven goalscorer Jamie was most recently playing his football at Halesowen Town.

A thrilled Jamie commented: “After quite a few good offers, I’m happy to sign for one of the biggest non league clubs in the Midlands. I’ve heard nothing but good and positive things about Gav (Hurren, Interim Manager) and the fantastic fans.

“I’m looking forward to getting my head down, working hard for the team, and really enjoying my football again. Up the Rouslers!”

Interim Manager Gavin Hurren commented: “Jamie is someone who I have been a fan over for many seasons now and when he became available, I just knew he would be a great addition to the squad.

“I spoke with the board and then Mike (Burke, Chairman) and Graham (Scott, Director of Football and fellow Interim Manager) made this happen.

“With Jamie having a lot of interest from plenty of clubs in our league, I think it is a positive step forward for the club, in the direction it wants to go.”

We hope you will join us in welcoming Jamie to the VG!

NOTE: This move is pending league approval.

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