Lewes have completed the signing of Nassim Dukali.
The 23-year-old attacking midfielder joins from Greenwich Borough after catching Darren Freeman’s eye during Lewes’ games with Herne Bay and Borough last season. Dukali scored 14 goals and made 15 assists last season in the Bostik South and is looking to bring that form to the Bostik Premier campaign next season.
“Last season was Bostik South and now I want to be playing Bostik Prem,” Dukali told the Lewes website, after signing at the Dripping Pan earlier this week. “I feel great. I’ve heard Lewes is a great club, it’s got great history and it’s where I want to be playing.”
“I started at Herne Bay. I ended up getting 11 goals and seven dayers started coming in.
“I went to Greenwich because I wanted to be competing for something, but it wasn’t to be,” he said of Greenwich’s promotion push, which ended in the play-off semi-finals.
Dukali is the second new signing of the summer, joining Luke Blewden who has returned to the club after a spell at Tonbridge Angels.