Derby Futsal Club have strengthened their squad with 8 new signings and 2 new squad players this transfer window.
Derby Futsal Club go from strength to strength as they confirm the signing of 8 first team players in a hugely successful January transfer window.
Charlie Marzano, Ethan Bruiners, Josh Dalton, Krystian Stelmach, Pawel Tomczak, Quentin Casey, Jasper Korsholm, and Andrew Magnus-George join up with Derby as they look to secure top spot in the National Futsal Series Tier 2 North.
Include the addition of two new squad players, Louis Askew and Ryan Rutland-Jones, and the new faces at Derby Futsal Club total 10.
Ethan Bruiners, Josh Dalton and Quentin Casey joined Derby earlier in the month and were able to make their debuts in the Super Cup fixture against Sunderland. Casey scoring that day. Bruiners joins from London Helvecia Academy looking for some vital NFS playing experience. Casey has joined from Nottingham Trent Futsal Club where he is a coach, he too wants to get some NFS playing experience under his belt. Dalton, 16, has already impressed his teammates on the court with his quick feet and urgency on the ball.
Bruiners and Casey made their NFS debuts last week against Washington Pumas. Also making their debuts that day were Jasper Korsholm and Krystian Stelmach. Like Bruiners, Korsholm joins from London Helvecia Academy and is part of Leeds United scholarship. Stelmach last played futsal with University of Newcastle.
Charlie Marzano arrives with NFS knowledge already having made the trip down the A52 joining from local and Tier Two North rivals University of Nottingham Futsal Club. Another new signing with University of Nottingham Futsal Club on their CV is Pawel Tomczak, the commanding Poland native signs for Derby having taken a short break from national league standard futsal.
Derby Futsal Club once again reaffirmed their ties with University of Derby as Andrew Magnus-George becomes part of the NFS squad. Magnus-George has been playing alongside Derby first team players Liam Hunt and Jack Allen in the uni blue and orange.
Ryan Rutland-Jones makes his return to Derby futsal. Rutland-Jones was part of the FS Derby team, but has taken some time away from the court to deal with is injury troubles.
Completing the announcement of Derby’s newest players is Louis Askew. Askew has been training with Derby for a few weeks now, and will help increase the standard of play both in training and on a match day.
Each new player knows that they will have a vital part to play in the remainder of the season as Derby look to chase down Cheshire at the top of the NFS Tier Two North.