Friday, 1 July 2011

Transfer News: Michael Green

AFC Totton left back Michael Green has left the club and signed a two year deal at League Two side Port Vale. The 22-year-old was out of contract so it's uncertain whether Totton will receive a fee from Port Vale.

Green in action in the Hampshire Senior Cup final
in May, his last appearance for Totton
Green had previously played for Eastleigh, Christchurch and Brockenhurst and has recently had trials with Championship sides Millwall and Reading, and Port Vale's League Two rivals Wycombe Wanderers. He played in a reserve game for Wycombe against Aldershot alongside Totton team mate Mike Gosney.

Greener made 94 appearance for Totton overall, including just 3 as a substitute. He scored 2 goals and assisted 13 others in his time with The Stags. Last season Green made 48 appearances in all competitions, scoring 1 goal, in the 2-0 win away at Andover in November, as the team won the Zamaretto League South & West Division. Green made his Totton debut a a substitute on 25th August 2009 away at Hungerford Town, and his first start came 11 days later on September 5th in a home match against Bedfont Green. His last appearance for the club was in the Hampshire Senior Cup final on 25th May 2011 as Totton triumphed 3-1 over local rivals Sholing at Southampton FC's St Mary's Stadium.

I'm sure everyone associated with AFC Totton will agree with me in wishing Greener all the best for his move up to the Football League.

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