Yeovil Town's new midfielder/striker Sam Foley has today indicated that he will finalise his contractual situation today with the club. The 25 year old has already verbally agreed a one year deal for the 2012-13 season, that will see him leave Conference National side Newport County after three and a half years service with the Welsh side.
Foley has indicated on his Twitter account that he will be having his medical at the club today, and will then follow that up with putting pen to paper on his actual contract.
The Glovers have also agreed verbal terms to take on a new Youth Team striker for next season's Under-18s side. Seventeen year old Liam MacDevitt has been playing for Wokingham and Emmbrook's senior side in the Hellenic Football League, which sits one step below the Southern League structure.
However, he has indicated this week that he has verbally agreed terms to join the club on a Youth deal at the club that will be signed on July 1st. Liam, who is currently based in Reading, describes himself as a 'Number 10' style striker, who can also play on the right wing. He will play for the club's Under-18 side for the 2012-13 season, and should bring plenty of pace to the team, given that he has represented English Schools in athletics competitions, competing at various sprint levels ranging between 100 and 400 metres.
Link: Foley Has Heart Set On League One Challenge.
Link: Foley Signed Up By Glovers From Newport.
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