Godmanchester Rovers joint manager hails new signing Jason King

10:06 18 June 2014

Godmanchester Rovers new signing Jason King, with (left) Neville Nania, and (right) Matty Hanniver.

Godmanchester Rovers new signing Jason King, with (left) Neville Nania, and (right) Matty Hanniver.


Godmanchester Rovers joint manager Matty Haniver has hailed the signing of defender Jason King, pictured, from St Ives.

Haniver and fellow manager Nev Nania unveiled King at Bearscroft Lane on Friday, days after announcing Tom Meacham had also joined the club.

“Delighted to have Jason back on board next season. Jason is one of the best decision makers I’ve worked with, and brings experience and great quality back to Godmanchester,” Haniver said.

Defender Tom Moran has also committed himself to Goddy for the next season.


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