WEYMOUTH chairman Ian White admitted the Terras’ off-season productivity has been “crazy” after Harry Baker and Abdulai Baggie became the latest players to agree fresh deals with the club for the 2018/19 season.
Both Baker and Baggie signed on for next season at the Terras’ season-ending presentation evening, joining multiple team-mates in committing their future to Weymouth.
And White, who has been connected to the Bob Lucas Stadium outfit for over two decades, praised manager Mark Molesley and his backroom staff for their work in keeping most of last season’s squad together.
He told Echosport: “I’m really pleased with the whole thing. It’s testament to what Mark and his management team are doing.
“In my 22 years at the club I can’t remember us having this many players sign by May, it’s crazy.
“It just shows what a brilliant job they’re doing, it’s unbelievable.”
White then hinted Weymouth, who have added forward Tony Lee and goalkeeper Jordan Seabright to their ranks in the past week, may not be finished with their dealings.
He said: “There’s maybe a couple of positions (the staff) are still looking at.
“They’ve created an atmosphere that’s appealing to the players.
“But I think we need a rest because it’s been that hectic.”