Former Yeovil Town midfielder Charlie Lee has signed for National League South side Billericay Town.

The 34-year-old left Huish Park at the end of his contract last month having made 32 appearances in the National League last season scoring three times.

He links up with Blues’ boss Kevin Watson, who was assistant manager for part of Lee’s time at Stevenage, and defender Ronnie Henry who he played with at Stevenage.

Lee will also be reunited with former Glovers’ goalkeeper Harry Palmer who joined Billericay in January following a three-month spell at Yeovil where he failed to make an appearance.

Billericay  have been under the ownership of a consortium of local businessmen since October 2019 when a takeover was completed to buy the club from flamboyant multi-millionaire Glenn Tamplin.



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