EXCLUSIVE: Jamie is Debenham's Guy
Debenham LC manager Leon Moore has pulled off a transfer coup this afternoon with the signing of former professional Jamie Guy.
The well-travelled striker burst on to the scene with Colchester United in 2005, scoring goals against the likes of West Bromwich Albion, Coventry City and Cardiff City.
In total he made more than 50 senior appearances for the U's, as well as having loan stints with the likes of Cambridge United, Oxford United and Port Vale.
Spells with a variety of non-league sides have followed – including Needham Market – while earlier this summer he signed a deal with Walthamstow.
However, having recently been alerted to the 31-year-old's availability, Moore has now swooped to make the centre-forward a Hornet.
"I found out Jamie was without a club so decided to get in touch," said the Debenham boss.
"There is no question about his ability and his experience is second to none. He is going to be fantastic in the dressing room.
"At 31 he is still young and he has kept himself ticking over playing football on Sundays.
"We are delighted that he is going to be a part of things with us going forward."
Guy will not be available for tomorrow's home encounter with AFC Sudbury Reserves, with his debut likely to come when Leiston Reserves visit Friends Meadow on September 29.