Swindon Supermarine have begun planning for next season with eight players and manager Lee Spalding agreeing terms at the club until next May.
After having two consecutive seasons null and voided when in a prime league position for promotion, Spalding’s men will be hoping it is third time lucky in the 2021-22 season in Southern Premier South.
And Spalding will be boosted by the re-signings of Jamie Edge, Mat Liddiard, Martin Horsell, Ryan Campbell, Zack Kotwica, David Pratt, Harry Williams and Conor McDonagh, all of whom have put pen to paper on a another season at the Webb’s Wood Stadium.
Chairman Jez Webb is delighted to have his manager and eight key players committing to the club and admitted the focus was very much on promotion to the National League.
He said: “I am very excited about Lee Spalding, Jamie Edge, Mat Liddiard, Martin Horsell, Ryan Campbell, Zack Kotwica, David Pratt, Harry Williams and Conor McDonagh all committing to another season at the Webb’s Wood Stadium.
“We are always looking to make further progress both on and off the field as we strive for promotion to the National League South in the not to distant future. These signings will give us a platform to make an attempt to progress in the 2021/22 season.”
Manager Spalding, added: “I am very excited and pleased with our start of building a competitive squad for the 2021/22 season and will be speaking to the other players at the club from last season’s squad and other players that the management team have identified to build a squad to challenge next season.”