Given the number of transfer deals involving Romford at the moment it's been rather difficult, from a news point of view, to keep track- but we thought we'd bring you up to date with the whereabouts of three players who have left the Boro as part of the Tamplin revolution and ended up as Seed Growers, all signing for Coggeshall Town.
The latest arrival is Paul Hayes, who made his Seed Growers debut in the draw at Bury Town on Saturday. Paul was one of a number of players who arrived at Romford for their match against the Seed Growers, lost, and then left. A forward, he is vastly experienced and counts Scunthorpe United, Barnsley, Wycombe Wanderers and AFC Sudbury amongst his former clubs.
Arriving a week before him were Warren Kayembe and Ethan Kessel. Warren, another forward, previously played for Ware, Grays Athletic and Walthamstow, and managed three matches for the Boro, scoring in defeats against Great Wakering Rovers and Heybridge Swifts. Ethan, a midfielder, made seven appearances, his last coming against Soham Town Rangers on November 2nd. He previously played at Tilbury and Woodford Town.
Ethan and Warren have been on the bench for the last two matches.