Chelmsford City boss Dean Holdsworth has signed Danny Webb ahead of the new season as his Clarets overhaul continues at pace.
The new manager has already tied up some key players from last term while adding a few new faces to his squad.
And the 29-year-old former Southend, Hull, Cambridge, AFC Wimbledon, Sailisbury City and Bath defender, is the latest player to join the club.
A statement from City read: “The Club welcomes the signing of Danny Webb, adding to the previous signatures of Nicolau and Davis, who have been snapped up for the upcoming season.
“Webb, 29, previously played for the Clarets in 2008, although the experienced centre-half left barely a month after completing terms.
“Danny began his career as a striker when he kick-started his career with Southampton. The former Southend front man has also appeared for a host of clubs, including Hull City, Woking, AFC Wimbledon, Salisbury City and, most latterly, Dover Athletic.
“The 6 ft 1 inch defender is good in the air and is experienced in the Conference Premier and South leagues, and will prove to be a good addition to the squad for the 2013/14 season.”
Holdsworth revealed: “Danny [Webb] has signed a one-year deal and I’m very pleased to have someone of Danny’s experience in our squad.”
Posted: Tuesday , June 04, 2013