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Widdrington ready to swoop
Tommy Widdrington is planning further additions at Eastbourne Borough after losing two strikers.
Kezie Ibe signed for Margate this week after being told he was not part of Borough’s plans and James Walker had his contract cancelled for personal reasons.
The versatile Marvin Hamilton is also taking time off for a non-football issue which leaves Borough short on numbers despite the arrival late last week of young Gillingham pair Josh Hare and Nathan Nyalfi.
Boss Widdrington said: “We decided to part ways with Kezie. I needed to freshen things up. There are one or two I want who haven’t come through the door yet but we needed to make way. It is an area I’m looking to strengthen.
“James has left for a family reason which must come first. We didn’t want James to go but we have left the door open for him.”
Injuries are not helping Borough although Widdrington is hopeful top scorer Elliott Charles could return from a hamstring problem for today's Blue Square Bet south trip to Eastleigh.
Creative midfielder Chris Shephard, who has missed the last four games with a hamstring injury, is not likely to be ready but has a chance of returning against Dorchester next Tuesday.