Widdrington continues his Hemel Town shake-up

Tommy Widdrington. Picture courtesy of Darren Kelly.
Tommy Widdrington. Picture courtesy of Darren Kelly.

Further changes have been announced at Vauxhall Road as Tommy Widdrington’s Tudor revolution continues to gather speed.

Michael Alexis and Marvin Williams have left the club to join Salisbury, with Matt Wright moving in the opposite direction.

Wright’s career includes spells at Swansea City, Plymouth Argyle and Crystal Palace – where he was handed a one year deal by then manager Neil Warnock.

A tall, powerful striker, he was loaned to Woking and Maidstone in the 2009/10 season and played in the Conference South play-off final, before joining Salisbury.

Wright’s arrival is another exciting acquisition by Widdrington, following the loan capture of Cambridge United duo James Brighton and Jack Eades.

The pair arrived at Vauxhall Road on an initial one month basis.

Midfielder Charlie Gorman has also pledged his future to the Tudors recently by signing a new contract at the club.