Williams moves to Sutton United

Marvin Williams Marvin Williams has completed his transfer to Sutton United.

The attacker has joined fellow Blue Square Bet South rivals after undergoing a medical and agreeing personal terms with United today.

Williams, now 25, was former manager Ian Baird’s first 2012 summer signing but had struggled for a starting eleven jersey since the arrival of manager Richard Hill.

Richard explained: "We had an approach from Sutton last week and after discussing things with Marvin it became apparent I could not guarantee him the starting shirt he craves. Competition in my squad is high in Marvin’s position with Moses (Ademola), Dale Binns and Damian Scannell.”

Talking generally Richard continued: "In football management some decisions are financially led and as I have previously said, this football club is over budget and despite popular belief money is not readily available.”

“I have to create my own funds from within the current budget whilst reducing it to a more sensible level. The club financially is sound but I have been set two tasks by the owners. Firstly, to achieve success on the pitch and secondly to achieve this on a lower budget. All I have asked is to be given time to achieve this and I think this is the correct way for the football club to operate.”

A new chapter in the Sydenham-born player's career now opens with Paul Doswell’s U’s and all at Eastleigh would like to wish Marvin the best of luck and thank him for his contribution.


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