A BIG THANK YOU
Eastleigh Football Club can announce the resignation of Director of Football David Malone, who is standing down with immediate effect. Dave has been an integral part of the Spitfires since becoming Director of Football in May 2006, but due to personal reasons he cannot continue his valued commitment to the club.
Posting on the EFC fans forum Dave says “I would like to thank everybody associated with Eastleigh Football Club for allowing me the privilege of sharing so many positive experiences over the past 6 years - and I truly wish the Club every future success”.
Dave who was previously a Director at Winchester City, Salisbury City & Bashley FC has been actively involved in every aspect of the Club and instrumental in Eastleigh’s on the pitch progress. Off field he was an influence in attracting Bridle Insurance to the Club. Simply put, without Dave’s hard work and efforts Eastleigh would not be at our present level within the higher echelons of Non League F…
Eastleigh lost 2-0 at Solihull Moors in their final away game of a turbulent season.
Richard Hill's side ensured that they would stay in the division with a win against Bromley on Monday. This afternoon it was the hosts' turn to stave off relegation as Solihull Moors netted two first off goals to see off the Spitfires.
Eastleigh FC Ltd are delighted to announce the signing of Dale Binns from newly promoted Woking as boss Ian Baird continues to strengthen his squad for next season.
30 year old Binns, a pacy left-sided player has now fully completed all the usual paperwork and signs for the Spitfires initially on a one-year deal.
Ian Baird commented "I am delighted to have been able to attract Dale to the club, he is a quality player who can play anywhere down the left side and will add genuine pace to the squad. He wants to be a part of what we are trying to achieve at the club and although a little way off, he like everybody else is eager to get the new season off and running."
Binns started his footballing career with Tottenham Hotspur before enjoying a long and successful spell at Hendon where he played over 200 games, scoring 41 times, before joining Conference South outfit, Cambridge City in 2004.
After two years with City he joined Stevenage Borough in the summer of 2006 but didn&…