Bermuda international Willie Clemons signs for Stowmarket Town
Stowmarket Town have added another current Bermuda international to their ranks.
Willie Clemons – a player that can operate in a number of positions – has put pen to paper at Greens Meadow after impressing manager Paul Musgrove during recent training sessions.
The move – which is still awaiting international clearance – sees the 27-year-old linking up with national team colleague Reggie Lambe.
Clemons, who has been capped more than 20 times by his country, joins the Old Gold & Blacks after a stint playing in the Swedish second tier with Dalkurd FF.
Musgrove said: "He wanted to play in England and has aspirations of going higher, but for now he's going to play for us and it gives us a big boost.
"He's trained a couple of times and looked very sharp, he's got great feet and is very intelligent on the ball.
"We're excited to see what he can do but he hasn't played for a little while so we will build him up slowly because we don't want him to get injured.
"We've still got some injuries and a couple have departed so we needed to freshen it up. Willie can play in a number of positions but for now we see him playing in the forward areas to cover some of the absences."
Stowmarket travel to Romford on Saturday (3pm), but Clemons will only be able to make his debut if all of the necessary paperwork is completed.
However, one player set to make his first appearance for the club is recent arrival Tevan Allen, while Josh Mayhew will remain sidelined through injury.