One in, one out as City look to re-Charge

PUBLISHED: 10:10 22 January 2009 | UPDATED: 13:51 06 May 2010

ST ALBANS City have moved to end their goalscoring problems by signing Danny Charge on a one-month loan deal from League Two outfit Dagenham & Redbridge. The 20-year old striker has had loan spells at Hitchin Town and Potters Bar where he scored five goa

ST ALBANS City have moved to end their goalscoring problems by signing Danny Charge on a one-month loan deal from League Two outfit Dagenham & Redbridge.

The 20-year old striker has had loan spells at Hitchin Town and Potters Bar where he scored five goals in four games and will give boss Steve Castle additional options up front. Charge made an immediate impact on his City debut, coming off the bench to score in City's 5-4 defeat to Bromley.

Moving in the other direction is Jon Munday who has left Clarence Park to join Sutton United after failing to break into the City first team. Munday joined the Saints at the end of November having impressed in several reserve team outings and scoring in City's 3-0 win over Barnet in the Herts Senior Cup.

However Munday's first team opportunities have been limited and he has decided to move on in an attempt to gain first-team football.

l The St Albans City Supporters Club are hoping to run a coach to the game at Weston-super-Mare on Saturday, January 31. The coach will depart Clarence Road at 9.30am and will cost adult members £20 and junior members £12. To book a place on the coach contact either Ian Bangs on 07733 381874 or Peter Knock on 01727 847484.

The 100 Club December draw was made by promoter Bill Nicholson on Saturday with R. Simpson (number 89) winning the £200 first prize. Linda Pearce (number 80) claimed the £100 second prize, with Bob Rumney (number 28) taking the third prize of £50 and Peter Knock (number 26) the fourth prize of £25.


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