Dulwich Hamlet have completed five new signings ahead of the Isthmian League Premier Division campaign.
Hakan Hayrettin had to bolster his squad options after the Hamlet released Will Wood, Jack Holland, Kalvin Kalala, Frankie Raymond, Nana Owusu, Aaron Jones, Quade Taylor, Andre Blackman, Omari Hibbert, Dan Smith, Josh Fawole, Johl Powell, Ronnie Vint, Nebay Haile and Kristian Campbell.
The first signing of the summer was left-back Craig Braham-Barrett.
Experienced defender Braham-Barrett, 34, has more than 400 games under his belt and has had spells at Sutton, Cheltenham Town, Chelmsford and Welling United throughout his career.
Braham-Barrett has also made 20 appearances for Monseratte at international level, captaining his country too.
The Hamlet have also signed Jerry Gyebi after the defender left Hungerford Town.
Centre-back Gyebi played 32 times last season for the Crusaders. However, they were also relegated from the National League South.
Another defender has also joined the ranks, with 38-year-old Mark Ricketts joining at Champion Hill after his departure from Boreham Wood.
Ricketts came through at Charlton’s academy but never made an appearance for the Addicks.
He has more than 500 appearances to his name, spending the majority of his career at Woking and Boreham Wood.
Former West Ham United and Ipswich youngster Ryley Scott has also joined the club after he left Dagenham & Redbridge.
The midfielder, 21, only made six league appearances at Victoria Road last season.
Experienced striker Adrian Clifton became Hakan Hayrettin’s fifth signing of the summer after he left Maidenhead United permanently.
The former Arsenal, Norwich, and West Ham youngster has had spells at Bromley, Stains Town and Boreham Wood during his career.
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