Hayes & Yeading United Football Club


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Those present today would have seen the welcome return to United of former youth team captain Nathan Webb.

Nathan left United having made 26 appearances in the then Conference League under Garry Haylock and now returns at age 26 for a second spell with the club.

We welcome Nathan back to United and at the same time say goodbye to striker Ash Nzala who has left to join divisional rivals Cheshunt in search of starting opportunities and we wish him well in his future career while also wishing Nathan a successful stay at the SKYex.




Manager Paul Hughes has far from settled on his laurels and has this week added another in-form striker to the United ranks with the signing of FC Romania hitman Chid Onokwai plus a defender and a midfielder.

Chid, who already has one of the few opposition goals scored at the SKYex this season in his locker, joins having netted 16 league goals for FC Romania (+ 1 for Marlow) and his addition now means that United have three of the top four goalscorers in the division on our books.

Also joining United in the past few days are defender Joe Wilson (from Fleet Town) and attacking midfielder Kunle Otudeko (from Oxford City).

Welcome to United, we hope your stays at the SKYex are successful ones.




The past couple of weeks have seen a number of new faces arrive at the SKYex to enhance United's promotion push.

I would therefore like to welcome Nick Elliott, Ashley Smith, Jeevan Panesar, George Bennett and Adam Pepera to the club and wish a happy and satisfying stay to one and all.

Profiles on each player above can be found on the scrolling Squad list on the Home Page.




Congratulations to United Manager Paul Hughes who has been named the Anderson Travel Bostik South Central Manager of the Month for the third time this season after United surged further ahead at the top of the table through January scoring 18 goals, conceding just 5 and netting 16 of the 18 points available as we opened up 2019 in style.

The only "blip" in the month saw a 2-2 draw at Ashford Town with victories over Molesey, Chipstead, Tooting, and Chalfont (twice).

Congratulations once again goes to Paul, his backroom staff and the players as UNited sit 12 points clear at the summit.


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