Hemel boss Dean Brennan was pleased with his new signings in Saturday’s steely win at Eastbourne and is now hoping his side can put a run of wins together.
New midfielders Scotty Shulton and Spencer McCall both started and contributed in Saturday’s 2-0 victory with Shults marking his Town debut with a cracking 30-yard goal from outside the box.
“It’s a tough place to go and we’re delighted with the win and clean sheet,” Brennan told the Gazette on Tuesday. “I thought we defended well, were disciplined and worked hard.”
Shulton had apparently been released by table-toppers Braintree Town although Hemel’s version of events differs, with the Tudors putting in a successful transfer bid for the 27-year-old.
Spencer McCall, who has made more than 230 appearances at this level despite being only 22 years of age, brings experience and creativity to the midfield, Brennan added. Hemel have also signed former Watford defender Lloyd Doyley, who came off the bench at the weekend.
Doyley made an impressive 443 first-team appearances in 14 years with the club, including at Championship level.
“He has experience and character and will be great for the lads,” Brennan said.
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