Name: Lewis Young
Position: Right Wing
Date of Birth: 27 September 1989
Place of Birth: Stevenage
Lewis Young is a right-winger, who can also play as a striker, who the club signed as a free agent in July 2012, shortly after his release from Northampton Town. He is the younger brother of Manchester United and England winger Ashley Young, and also has another brother, Kyle, who is part of Arsenal's academy system.
Lewis was born on 27th September 1989 in Stevenage and began his career at Vicarage Road, although to our knowledge he would have missed Gary Johnson's spell in charge of Watford's Academy sides. He turned professional in 2008, and had a short loan spell with Hereford United before being released.
He then moved to Burton Albion for the 2010-11 season, following a trial with the Brewers, and during that season spent time out on loan with Forest Green Rovers, but was recalled after an injury crisis. He was released at the end of that season.
Lewis played under Gary Johnson at Northampton Town during the 2011-12 season, but was released by the Cobblers, having made 34 appearances, the majority of which were during Gary's time at Sixfields.
He has signed a one year contract at Huish Park, and so is signed up until the summer of 2013.
Total Appearances: 14
Total Goals: 0
Debut Appearance: 14 August 2012