Ex-Boro man relieved to find a club

Former Boro striker Calum Willock said he has found it really difficult finding a club following his release from Stevenage in the summer. The 27-year-old was deemed surplus to requirements at The Lamex Stadium and he said he is relieved to have finally

Former Boro striker Calum Willock said he has found it really difficult finding a club following his release from Stevenage in the summer.

The 27-year-old was deemed surplus to requirements at The Lamex Stadium and he said he is relieved to have finally earned a deal at Crawley Town after an unsuccessful trial with Wycombe.

"With the recession and the current climate, it has been really difficult finding work," he told BBC Sussex.

"I know loads of players who are still out of contract. I'm just glad to be back playing."


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Willock revealed he has never found it so difficult to find a new club.

"Normally it has been no problem finding teams," he added. "It's quite strange in a way and a bit frustrating and quite worrying.

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"Hopefully this can be the building block to something I know I can do, and starting off again."

Meanwhile, Boro kick off their reserves campaign tonight (Wednesday) at 7pm with the visit of Peter Taylor's Wycombe.

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