Former Yeovil Town striker Korrey Henry has found himself a new club. The West Ham United Academy graduate had been released by the Glovers two days ago, by mutual consent, with his one year contract brought to an end. The 19 year old has now signed a contract with National League side Braintree Town, which will take him a bit closer to his old home.
As yet, Braintree haven't specified his length of contract at Cressing Road. He'll join an Essex side that features former Yeovil Town Academy striker Callum Morton, who is on loan from West Bromwich Albion, and also former winger Iffy Allen, who signed for them two weeks ago.
Braintree are currently bottom of the National League, and nine points short of safety. However, they did show some signs of hope in their last home match, when they thrashed Barnet 4-0, with Callum Morton bagging a hat-trick, whilst Iffy Allen grabbed the fourth.
Henry's time at Huish Park saw him significantly limited in terms of first team competitive action. He made five appearances for the club, all from the bench, with three of those coming during the first half of August. After being sent out on loan to Poole Town, where he scored four goals in three appearances before being recalled, he only played a further 12 minutes for the club, and did not feature on a teamsheet from November 24th onwards.
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