Published: 08:00, 23 May 2014 |
New Tonbridge Angels manager Steve McKimm has signed three new players.
McKimm has snapped up James Folkes, Ben King and Harry Harding.
"I am delighted to have obtained the services of these three players," said McKimm.
"They are all hard working and energetic and I believe they will prove very popular with the supporters at Tonbridge."
Folkes is a former QPR trainee who has also played for Ebbsfleet, Sutton and was at AFC Hornchurch last season. He can operate at right back or midfield.
Left-back King was playing regularly for Sutton at the end of last season including the Conference South semi-final play-off against Dover.
Harry Harding, 22, started at Bromley's academy from where Reading signed him with a loan spell back at Bromley. After being released by Reading he played for Lewes and Carshalton.
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