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Jack Carter


Jack, 19, came to the Ian Moorcroft Stadium after having been released by the Green Devils following four seasons at the New Lawn. During that time, he created a niche for himself in Rovers’ history when, on October 6, 2020, he was selected for the Rovers’ first team in their Papa John’s Trophy clash with West Bromwich Albion Under- 21s, becoming the youngster player to represent FGR in an EFL competition. He was 15 years and 205 days old.

He played twice more for Rovers first team, both last season – against Shrewsbury, in the Trophy, and Portsmouth, in the Carabao Cup. ​​​​​​

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Matthew Britton


Matt, 29, is the First Team captain as well as being a key component of Tivvy manager Leigh Robinson’s plans for the new Pitching In Southern League Premier Division South season. The defensive midfield player joined the Yellows two summers ago from Swindon Supermarine and has since made 67 combative appearances, scoring six goals.

A natural leader, the former Larkhall Athletic stalwart has already worn the Tivvy  captain’s armband on a number of occasions.

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Asa Hall

Midfielder Asa ended 6 seasons on the English Riviera with Torquay United to come to the Ian Moorcroft Stadium, where he will combine playing with coaching duties. He has a wealth of experience from which to draw for both roles, having amassed more than 600 competitive games in a 19-year career that began at Premier League Birmingham City and has included seven EFL clubs, as well as three in the National League.

Asa, now 37, has enjoyed two successful Wembley appearances during that time, winning the 2009 Johnstone’s Paint Trophy in an otherwise miserable season for Luton Town, and helping York City to the 2017 FA Trophy.

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Jay Murray

Jay, 23, who can play anywhere across the midfield or higher up the pitch, came to the Ian Moorcroft Stadium after turning out for Bridgwater Town and Taunton Town last season. He signed for Bridgwater in September 2023 after having spent two seasons at Weston-super-Mare, where he was a member of the Seagulls squad that won promotion to the Vanarama National League South.

In March this year, he joined Taunton on dual registration forms, making five appearances for the Peacocks as they suffered the first relegation in their history, finishing 22nd in National League South.

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