Hakim and Fisher commit to City life

PUBLISHED: 17:29 13 May 2008 | UPDATED: 13:15 06 May 2010

HANDBALL: Paul Hakims 15th minute shot is judges to have been blocked by Curtis Ujah hands

HANDBALL: Paul Hakims 15th minute shot is judges to have been blocked by Curtis Ujah hands

STRIKER Paul Hakim and full back James Fisher have committed themselves to St Albans City for the 2008/09 campaign. Manager Steve Castle has already landed goalkeeper Paul Bastock for next term and is hoping to tie more players to the club

DIRECTOR: Steve Castle directs the action

STRIKER Paul Hakim and full back James Fisher have committed themselves to St Albans City for the 2008/09 campaign.

Manager Steve Castle has already landed goalkeeper Paul Bastock for next term and is hoping to tie more players to the club in the coming days.

Hakim, aged 25, scored five league goals in 18 appearances after rejoining the club having been released by Stevenage Borough. Right back Fisher, aged 23, proved a revelation after signing from Northwood.

Defenders Ben Martin, Scott Cousins and Ryan Frater are all expected to stay at City and top scorer Lee Clarke is under contract. Experienced midfielder Paul Bruce is also a key man to tie down after receiving the Players' Player of the Season award for 2007/08 and the 30-year-old free kick specialist has stated he would like to remain with the club next term.

St Albans City are freezing admission prices for the 2008/09 season. Season ticket prices have also been frozen and applications can now be made at the club. Season tickets in the stand are £200 for adults, £100 concessions and £40 for juniors. Season tickets on the terrace are £175 for adults, £85 for concessions and £30 for juniors. Admission prices on match days are £10 for adults with a £2 fee for transferring to the stand, £5 for concessions and £3 for juniors, each with a £1 stand transfer fee.

The St Albans City Supporters Club hold their AGM on Thursday, May 15 at 7.30pm in the club house at Clarence Park. All supporters are invited to attend.

Become a supporter

This newspaper has been a central part of community life for many years, through good times and bad. Coronavirus is one of the greatest challenges our community has ever faced, but if we all play our part we will defeat it. We're here to serve as your advocate and trusted source of local information.

In these testing times, your support is more important than ever. Thank you.

Most Read

Most Read

Latest from the Herts Advertiser