Goalkeeper Jamie Turner has returned to the club from Welling United, signing Conference forms for the club this morning.
The 34-year-old was a hero of Fleet’s Ryman League-winning squad in 2001/02, proving to be an extremely capable and reliable goalkeeper as Andy Ford’s side conceded only 33 goals on their way to promotion.
He played for Greenwich, Horsham and Deal Town (where he was an unused substitute in the club’s FA Vase Wembley triumph) before being signed by Andy Ford at the beginning of the 2000/01 season, soon establishing himself in the Fleet side.
In our promotion year of 2001/02 he starred in the No.1 role before being ousted by Paul Wilkerson and moving to Tonbridge in June 2003, having played more than 90 times for the Fleet. He was brought to Welling by former Fleet teammate Adrian Pennock in 2005 for a four-year spell, before he moved on to Ramsgate, Maidstone and Margate. He returned to Park View Road in April 2012 and spent a short period as caretaker manager upon Jamie Day’s move to the PHB Stadium.