Woking have announced the signing of Chez Isaac.
Isaac, 24, is a central midfielder who started his career in Watford’s academy, where he had a loan spell in the Conference (National League) Premier with Tamworth, and then moved on to Boreham Wood in the summer of 2012.
He had a season in the Conference South with Boreham Wood, before joining Braintree Town in May 2013.
Isaac spent four seasons with Braintree, where he made over 160 appearances, including a few as captain last season.
In 2016, he was called up to the England C team, making a substitute appearance in the International Challenge Trophy match away to Ukraine.
Isaac said: “I’ve been speaking to a few clubs in this league, it was just meeting Anthony Limbrick really, I know Woking are a good club anyway, with a good set-up, I know a few of the players who have played here, and hear really good things. I had a few opportunities on the table but what Anthony was saying about his philosophy and what he was hoping to do this season really inspired me and I think I’m definitely a good fit for what he’s looking for, the way I play and what he wants to do, so it was mainly the setup of the club and what he was saying to me really.”
Cards’ manager Anthony Limbrick said: “Chez has great experience in this league having played over 170 games at this level already at the age of 24, and we’re pleased to sign him as he had a lot of offers from other National League clubs. He’s a player who will bring plenty of energy and work-rate to the midfield, and looks to get on the ball and play”.