Two players have departed Billericay Town Football Club.
Sam Deering has joined National League Dagenham & Redbridge.
Sam joined The Blues during the summer of 2017 from Ebbsfleet United having helped them to promotion back to the National League. Whilst with Town Sam made 93 starts and 18 sub appearances, scoring 23 goals.
During the 2017-18 season Sam was part of the treble-winning side that lifted the Isthmian League title, Isthmian League cup and Essex Senior Cup.
Moses Emmanuel has been released from the club.
Mo came to New Lodge in 2018 from Sutton United as the club embarked on its first season back at the National League South level. He ended the season as the club’s top scorer with a total of 25 goals as well as End of Season Award from fans, players and management.
In all Emmanuel made 51 starts and 4 sub appearances, scoring 30 goals in total.
Everyone at Billericay Town would like to thank both Sam and Moses for their efforts whilst with the club and wish you good luck for the future.
Striker Deon Moore has joined on a month’s loan from League One Bristol Rovers.
Deon started with Carshalton Athletic before joining Peterborough United, where he made 4 appearances before moving to Merstham and then Bristol Rovers. He spent part of the previous season on loan with Bath City, also making 4 appearances.
Josh Urquhart has re-joined the club from Braintree Town.
Josh made 57 starts for The Blues during the treble winning 2017-18 season before joining East Thurrock United.
Midfielder Andrew Osei-Bonsu joined the club having previously been with Southern League Premier Division St Ives Town. Andrew had started his career with MK Dons.
Sam and Moses are the latest players to leave New Lodge as the club becomes self-sufficient.
In recent weeks Tom Anderson, who joined on dual-registration from Brentwood Town has been released without making any appearances for The Blues.
Darren Oldaker announced his departure on Twitter. He had joined on non-contract terms having previously been with Gillingham. Darren made 2 starts and an appearance from the bench during his short stay with Billericay.
More recently Jordan Parkes was released having joined from Hemel Hempstead Town in the summer. Jordan scored 4 goals in his 13 starts and 3 sub appearances.