George Maris is relishing the prospect of helping Cambridge United use their momentum from last season as a springboard to success in Sky Bet League Two.
The attacking midfielder, who arrived from Barnsley on a one-year deal at the start of the month, is quickly settling in at the Cambs Glass Stadium and is looking forward to the next chapter of his career
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Former Oxford United and Newport County player bolsters club's backroom staff.
Gillingham FC today announces the arrival of former pro Wayne Hatswell as the club's first-team coach.
The 41-year-old, who had spells at Oxford United, Cambridge United and Newport County during his lengthy playing career, will work alongside manager Justin Edinburgh and his assistant David Kerslake in his new role.
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TAYLOR BACK TO FITNESS AND KEEN FOR POSITIVE PRE-SEASON
A return to fitness now sees Greg Taylor keen to make up for lost time, with the left back delighted to have reported back to first team pre-season training this week.
A Boxing Day injury to the ankle, ruled the U’s full back out of the second half of last season and has since seen the 26-year old undergo a six month rehabilitation under the stewardship of Cambridge United’s Head of Medical Nick Irwin and Head of Performance Matt Walker .
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