PH1 FC are showing no signs of slowing down during this recruitment phase as they have added 17-year-old Watford shot-stopper Amy Martin to a strong group of players that make up the PH1 Women's set up.
Club-mates with another recent addition Alketa Rragami, Martin made her debut this time last for Watford following a successful trial. She would then serve as a back up keeper gaining first team minutes every so often, while featuring for the 23's where they would go on to win the FA County Cup.
Martin is also involved in a full-time post-16 elite football academy EDSV, led by Charlton Women's player Leigh Nicol. This is a similar programme to the Barking Abbey Football Academy in terms of quality and standard which fellow members Kirsty Woodacre, Lauren George, Grace Staunton, Maizi Garwood, and latest addition Sanaa Williams are a part of.
"Quality goalkeepers at this level are scarce, so it is a relief that I was able to get a talented keeper in Amy Martin invested in the brand vision and part of something special we're building here at PH1 FC" - Miles Sita, PH1 FC Manager
Amy Martin will be part of a small number of PH1 players (Alketa Rragami and third-choice keeper Kirsty Woodacre) who will feature at the London Youth Games, taking place at Crystal Palace on the 7th July after qualifying at yesterdays Pro:Direct LDN 33 tournament. This was won by a team featuring Lia Martina Cataldo.
Stay tuned on the PH1 FC social pages and acidicfitness.com for more player announcements to come shortly.