Rocks keeper Amadou Tangara has handed Bognor a huge boost by signing a new contract at Nyewood Lane until the end of next season.
Tangara, 27, has put pen to paper after an impressive spell since joining the club in October and turning in a string of dazzling displays that made him a fans’ favourite. His performances helped turn around the fortunes of the Rocks after a poor start to the campaign — and have earned him two supporters’ player of the month awards on the spin.
The move to tie down the former Kingstonian, Merstham and Dulwich Hamlet custodian is seen very much as a statement of intent by Bognor bosses Jack Pearce and Robbie Blake.
Pearce said: “Amadou is a fine keeper and has become a very popular figure at the club for both his performances on the pitch and his affable manner.”