By Full Contact News and Views
Full Contact client Dayle Southwell has turned professional, signing for League Two club Wycombe Wanderers.
22 year old Dayle, a goal-scoring sensation for the last two seasons at Boston United in the National League North, has put pen to paper on a two year contract at Adams Park.
Full Contact’s senior partner Dan Chapman commented “We are really pleased for Dayle that this move has finally happened. He has long since been one of the most prolific goalscorers outside of the Football League and we have had to bide our time to find the right club for him. There has been no shortage of suitors and he could have moved to a higher level and/or earned more money but in Wycombe I think we have a great match. Gareth Ainsworth and the Wycombe chairman Andrew Howard have been a pleasure to deal with and have sold their club to Dayle so well. Yet again we are proud at Full Contact to help another non-league player make the step up to the pro game.”
Lee Payne, Full Contact’s Head of Football, added “Dayle is a striker that I believe will take to the Football League comfortably. His attributes go far beyond the goals he scores and I think the Wycombe fans will love his endeavour, honesty and the way he continually looks to harass defenders. There are no guarantees in football and Dayle has to work hard now to make the switch from part to full-time, but I am confident he is going to do very well indeed.”
Dayle will join up with his new team-mates next week before travelling with the squad to France for their pre-season tour.
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