Daish solves goalkeeper crisis
more players have signed full-time contracts with Nationwide Conference club
Gravesend & Northfleet, reports www.nonleaguedaily.com
Goalkeepers Aaron Kerr and Craig Holloway and defender Danny Glozier have now joined the Fleet, signing one-year contracts.
Holloway was at West Ham United’s School of Excellence before moving to Arsenal in 1995.
He went on to become a FA Youth Cup winner in 1999/00 and 2000/01 and FA Premier League Academy under-19 League championship winner in 2001/02.
In 2002 he was named as a first-team substitute for Arsenal in the Premiership against West Bromwich Albion as well as playing in a pre-season tour of Austria.
During the 2003/04 season he was a substitute in the UEFA Champions League match against Valencia and also in the Carling Cup match against Rotherham as well as playing in a number of Arsenal’s pre-season first-team games.
Had a loan spell with Crawley Town and then signed for Farnborough Town in June 2004.
Kerr started his career at the age of 16 as an Academy player at Wolverhampton Wanderers, and progressed to a professional contract at Molineux before leaving in March 2001, briefly returning to Ireland before signing for Havant & Waterlooville in August 2001.
He has represented his country at every level from under-14 to under-21 and played a key role in Havant's run to the semi-finals of the FA Trophy .
In June 2003 Kerr was offered a return to the full-time game with Walsall. He then turned out for Worcester City in the Nationwide North, initially on loan before making the move more permanent last season.
Glozier, who was a trainee at Leyton Orient, is the son of well-known former Gravesend player and coach Bob Glozier, who will also be remembered for his spells with a number of other Kent clubs, including Dartford.