Former Yeovil Town goalkeeper Darren Behcet is back in the West Country after agreeing to sign for Southern League Premier Division South side Frome Town. The 31 year old has been largely playing for sides in the South East over the past few years, but has relocated this year, and so has decided to join a Somerset club for the 2018-19 season.
Behcet was brought into Huish Park by Steve Thompson during the later part of the 2005-06 Season as a former West Ham United Academy player, eventually being signed on a permanent basis by Russell Slade. The form of Steve Mildenhall meant that Behcet's time with the club was confined to benchwarming, with a loan spell at Dorchester Town representing his only first team competitive playing time during his two years at Huish Park.
As a result, it was no surprise when in the summer of 2008, he moved on, and joined Sutton United. Since then he's worked his way through a myriad of Home Counties clubs, with Tooting and Mitcham, Harlow Town, Carshalton Athletic, AFC Hornchurch, Bognor Regis, Cray Wanderers, Maldon and Tiptree, Thurrock Ware, Heybridge Swifts and Coggeshall Town all using him over the past decade.
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