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The Ravens were delighted to welcome back goalkeeper Reice Charles-Cook in the summer.
Our new signing played a big role in our FA Trophy winning run last season, keeping clean sheets away at both Dover and Aldershot Town.
The 28-year-old then departed the Ravens and joined National League South outfit Dartford where he went on to contribute to their promotion push.
Charles-Cook also has plenty of EFL experience under his belt, having reached the heights of League One during his career so far.
The stopper began in the youth set-up at Arsenal before going on to gain his first taste of senior football at Bury during the 2013-14 season.
It was Coventry City where he first made a name for himself though, making over 50 League One appearances in a Sky Blues shirt. The shot-stopper was also part of the squad that clinched EFL Trophy glory in 2017.
Swindon Town proved to be his next destination and went on to become a regular starter in his first and only season with the League Two side.
Charles-Cook then swapped England for Denmark, signing for Superliga outfit SonderjyskE in 2018 before returning to the EFL with Shrewsbury Town shortly after.
The ‘keeper spent the 2019-20 season with Macclesfield Town before penning a deal with National League side Boreham Wood, his most recent club before Welling.
Our latest recruit also has experience on the international stage too, representing Grenada.