Eastleigh have announced the signing of experienced front man Jamie Cureton.
After starting his career at Norwich City, he went on to play for clubs such as Bristol rovers, Reading and Queens Park Rangers. Jamie has an impressive football CV with over 700 appearances to go with his 250 league goals.
On his move to the Silverlake, Jamie commented “I am delighted to be joining Eastleigh FC.
It’s a club on the up with ambitions to get into the football league and with the squad and management team they have in place it’s something I believe can happen this season. I’ll be looking to add to the group and hopefully will achieve what we all want, promotion come the end of the season.
I would like to thank everyone at the club for making this move happen, I know it’s not been easy.”
Eastleigh’s first team manager, Ronnie Moore, was delighted with Jamie’s arrival “Jamie is and as always been a goalscorer, we are a striker down with Scott Wilson having an hamstring injury, Jamie will give us goals I see him as being an impact player he can be the difference between us winning games, his goals can take us where we want to be, come the end of the season.”
Cureton goes straight in to the squad to face Sutton United on Saturday.