Hayes & Yeading United Football Club




HYUFC

Striker Loaned

Hayes & Yeading United are pleased to advise that experienced striker Lewis Putman has joined Hayes & Yeading United on an initial one month loan to bolster the strike force.

Lewis joins us from neighbours Slough Town as we hit a crucial set of games in our attempt to move ourselves out of the relegation zone. We would like to welcome him to the club.

(27/01/2017)

HYUFC

Loan Extended

Hayes & Yeading United are delighted that the loan period for Mitchell Weiss, who is the clubs top scorer this season, has been extended to the end of the season.

The club would like to thank Hemel Hempstead Town for agreeing to this.

(25/01/2017)

HYUFC

Wes Arrives

Hayes & Yeading are pleased to announce that National South neighbours Wealdstone have loaned us their captain Wes Parker for a month to help him get over an early season injury and get back to match fitness.

Wes will add some much needed experience to the United defence and we offer him a warm, if belated, welcome to the club.

(19/01/2017)


Adam Everitt

The club can confirm that popular midfielder Adam Everitt has been signed on Dual Registration with Bishop’s Stortford FC. Adam always gave 100% whilst in a Hayes & Yeading United shirt (and indeed he did with Hayes FC and Yeading FC in the past), and was given the opportunity to maintain his playing time by signing on with them.

Adam remains a registered player for Hayes & Yeading United, but will spend the forseeable future playing for The Blues.

We would like to wish Adam every success in the future, and hope to see him back with the club at some point during the season.

(07/01/2017)

HYUFC

Fixtures Update

Hayes & Yeading can today confirm the following fixture changes.

The Safety Certificate application is in process - The council's Service Level Agreement is that they will deal with it within 40 days of application. This could be today, or any time up to 40 working days from the original application (it has been submitted some time ago). Therefore, we have to prepare for the fact that possibly we will not be back home until the 40 days has expired, hence the schedule shown below.

Cinderford Town (home) - Saturday 14th January - to be played at Beaconsfield KO 3pm
Kettering Town (home) - Saturday 28th January - to be played at Beaconsfield KO 3pm
Biggleswade Town (home) - Tuesday 7th February - to be played at Beaconsfield KO 7.45pm
Redditch United (home) - Saturday 11th February - to be played at Uxbridge KO 3pm

However, should we get news before the 40 days has expired that the certificate has been issued, then the plans above will change, and we will play at the SKYex, once ground grading has been approved by the League and the Football Association.

(06/01/2017)

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