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mark Bellingham


The Horse with no Name
Oct 27, 2003
The wilds of Kent
OK, he only had a trial with Southend. But he was in my year at SHSB. His old man was my French teacher.

Double player of the year Mark Bellingham will spearhead Leamington’s assault on British Gas Business Southern League Premier Division football after ending any uncertainty over his future.

Brakes manager Jason Cadden is delighted to confirm the forty-seven-goal top scorer in their British Gas Business Midlands Division title-winning success will be at the New Windmill Ground for next season.

Bellingham (pictured), a Black Country policeman, had pondered his future to see if he could balance work, family and football commitments but the supporters and managers player of the year is staying.

“This is a fantastic club with brilliant supporters and from the outset I really hoped I would be able to stay,” said Bellingham.

“Following discussions with Jason, assistant boss Morton Titterton and club officials it became clear that we could reach an agreement that enabled me to balance family, work and football commitments.

“The club have worked hard to make this happen and their forward-looking approach is another example of what a great set-up there is at all levels of the club.

‘‘I look forward to the challenges ahead and I am excited at the plans that have been outlined to me.”

Cadden, who signed Bellingham from Stourbridge last summer, said: “We gave Mark the time he needed and we got the result we wanted. Mark’s goalscoring record is there for all to see and keeping him at the New Windmill is a tremendous boost for us all.”