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'IT'S GOING TO BE A BIG SEASON FOR INVICTA - AND FOR SEVERAL OF OUR PLAYERS' SAYS CUGS AS HAZZA MAKES THE TOP LEAGUE XI

 

Talented playmaker Sam Hasler clearly impressed the opposition bosses to get their votes as one of the top midfielders in the Bostik League. 

Sam Hasler’s inclusion in the eleven players chosen the 24 by Bostik Premier managers as the best in the division and announced at last weekend’s league awards night at The Wembley Hilton, has been applauded by Invicta boss Neil Cugley who believes it reflects due recognition of the club’s success last season.

Champions Billericay Town and play-off winners Dulwich Hamlet understandably provide the bulk of the ‘side’ with seven players between them while there’s one apiece from Folkestone, Hendon, Leatherhead and Leiston – all sides of course who were very much involved in the race for promotion in what proved an intriguing finale to a very good season.

“It just shows how Sam has kicked on since joining us from Herne Bay a couple of years back and he can be very proud of that” said Cugs.

“I have always said that he’s a quality player and obviously a lot of the other managers agree with me. He’s got a lovely left foot as some of them know only too well to their cost from his performances against them.

“It’s also nice for us as a club but I think what it does show is that this next season is going to be a really big one both for several of our players - and for Folkestone Invicta” he added.

“It’s an important season for Sam, for Ade (Yusuff) and Kieron (McCann) too – and I think we could also see a lot more from Johan (Ter Horst) if he can stay reasonably clear of injuries.

”Let’s all hope so.”

The 11 players selected in what appears to be a four-four-two formation were –

Alan Julian (BillericayTown); Sean Clohessy (Leatherhead), Joe Kizzi (Billericay Town), Michael Chambers (Dulwich Hamlet), Seb Dunbar (Leiston); Nyran Clunis (Dulwich Hamlet), Ashley Carew (Dulwich Hamlet), Sam Hasler (Folkestone Invicta), Sam Deering (Billericay Town); Jake Robinson (Billericay Town), Niko Muir (Hendon)