CHRIS Carr, manager of First Division Carpenters Arms, is a happy man following the re-signing of Dean Murden who played for the side when they were Kings Arms (Trowbridge).

Murden scored 37 goals in three and a bit seasons before he opted for a move away from the team when they changed their name to Coyote. Murden will hopefully make his debut this coming weekend but another newcomer who made his debut in last Sunday’s 2-0 win over Cooper-Avon was Rueben Spong and the youngster did really well in what was a though first game and Carr believes that he has signed a star of the future.