Published: 17:00, 10 May 2021
| Updated: 09:27, 11 May 2021
Prolific striker Ade Yusuff has agreed to return to Folkestone Invicta next season.
Yusuff previously spent two seasons at the club, between 2017 and 2019, scoring 51 goals in 102 appearances for Neil Cugley’s side.
He left to go full time with Dulwich Hamlet in National South two years ago but was on the move soon after when he joined Dover Athletic. Inbetween that he had spent time on loan at Tonbridge Angels.
Yusuff has Football League experience having played for Dagenham & Redbridge where he moved in 2014 after scoring 24 goals in 28 appearances for Chatham Town.
Most recently he’s had spells at Braintree Town and Cray Valley.
Boss Neil Cugley, who was pictured last week helping with some painting at the club, has been busy putting his team together also. The Invicta boss has also recently brought Kieron McCann back while the likes of Josh Vincent, Ronnie Dolan and Tyler Sterling have committed for another season.
Having Yusuff back is a major bonus for the club who have been making sure their ground is in good shape before the return of fans.
Commenting on the latest addition, Cugley said: "He’s a player I've always rated, he was leading goalscorer for 2 years and he’s still in his mid-20s.
"I never blamed him for going to Dulwich and going full time. I think him and Smithy up top, it could well be those two, they’ll be a handful for anybody.”
Yusuff was glad to be back, adding: "This is my home, spiritual footballing home, I scored a lot of goals here, became happy playing football again here. The club done well for me and I done well for the club and I'm glad to be back.”