Anthony Cook has today joined fellow National League club Woking on loan in a deal to the end of the season.
The 28-year-old winger, who has played 166 times for the Fleet in two spells and scored 32 goals since first signing from Chelmsford City in summer 2013, has found first-team opportunities limited this season, having featured in eight National League and three cup games.
He joins Woking just as his brother, Regan Charles-Cook, returns to Charlton after having his loan spell at the Laithwaite Community Stadium ended by injury. Coincidentally, Cook’s last start for the Fleet came in our 1-0 defeat at Woking.
Having arrived from Chelmsford in the summer of 2013, at the same time as Dean Rance and Daryl McMahon, “Cookie” is one of Fleet’s longest-serving players and he returned for a second spell in December 2015 after an 11-month stay at Bromley. Everyone at the club wishes Anthony all the very best in his time with Woking.
Cook’s departure follows goalkeeper Jonathan Miles’ loan move to Welling United last weekend while Bagasan Graham is at Chelmsford City until the end of the season and Danny Mills at Dartford to the end of January.