Kingstonian have signed Billericay Town defender Dean Inman on an eighteen-month contract.
Inman joined Billericay in October 2017 from Maidenhead United in a record transfer deal. He started his career in Brentford’s youth ranks before joining the academy system at Hampton and Richmond Borough, moving into the first team and made over 80 appearances for the Beavers.
After a loan spell with Farnborough Town, he played two seasons with Hayes and Yeading United between 2013 and 2015, winning Supporters’ Player of the Year both times. In May 2015 he renewed his acquaintance with former Hampton manager Alan Devonshire with his move to Maidenhead United and was a part of the 2016-17 National League South title winning squad before his transfer to the New Lodge.
K’s director Yioryos Vasilaras said: “I’m ecstatic to have signed Dean, he is a quality defender with plenty of experience in higher leagues and was an integral part in Billericay’s title win last season. Dean turned down interest from plenty of clubs in order to sign for us, and we couldn’t be happier.
“He has bought into our project and is looking forward not only to working with Leigh again as he did at Farnborough, but he knows a lot of our squad and has played alongside some of them as well. We would like to thank Glenn Tamplin and Billericay secretary Ian Ansell for their professionalism in dealing with us, both with Dean’s transfer but also last season when we first acquired Leo Chambers and Louie Theophanous.”