LAST week saw Evesham United bring in two new players to bolster the current squad.

Friday's announcement revealed The Robins had secured a former striker, Toumani Sidibe, from Slimbridge.

The pacey striker also plays on the wing with bags of Southern League experience. Previous clubs include the likes of Highworth Town, Redditch United and Cirencester Town.

Toumani played for Evesham in the 2018-19 season, making 10 appearances, four of which as substitute, scoring one goal.

This week Evesham also confirmed the signing of former Worcester Raiders and Worcester City Youth midfielder, Kyle Belmonte.

Th2 22-year-old had been with Midland Football League Premier Division side Bewdley Town for the last few weeks after leaving Raiders following the controversial sacking of manager Chris Cornes.

Cornes was dismissed at the start of October from the Sixways-based side, which sparked a mass clear-out and reshuffle at the club.

Belmonte was one of the star players at the club but moved on pretty swiftly after the news.

He scored five goals in seven games for Bewdley but now the former Worcester City youth team player has stepped up another level into 4 with Evesham.

Sidibe and Belmonte become the first couple of signings for new manager Lee Driver-Dickinson, who took over earlier in November.