EXCLUSIVE: Crosbie keen to bring Wisbech Town’s Lewis Thompson to March Town United
NEW March Town United boss Paul Crosbie has admitted he is interested in bringing Wisbech Town midfielder Lewis Thompson to the GER.
Thompson is considering leaving the Fenmen after spending a lot of last season on the substitutes’ bench at his home-town club.
And Crosbie, who mapped out his plans for the Hares at a meeting on Saturday, is keen to offer him a midfield role at the GER.
“He is a player we are interested in,” said Crosbie. “I have been told that he is a very talented footballer and I know that some of the supporters at Wisbech would be sad to see him go.
“He’s had a strong endorsement and we want talented players who can help us kick on. He fits into that mould.”
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