The Weymouth FC Board of Directors would like to place on record their deep felt thanks to Bradley Asagba, Nick Bennett, Jamie Wells and Dave Popejoy for their dedication during the last three seasons. They have played a huge part in what has been a very successful period for the club and will always be…
Interim Manager Bradley Asagba spoke to uptheterras.co.uk about the signings of Cody Cooke, Myles Anderson and Alefe Santos.
Interim Weymouth Manager Brad Asagba spoke to uptheterras.co.uk about the squad returning to pre-season training, our upcoming pre-season schedule, and looking forward to the start of the season.
WEYMOUTH interim director of football Paul Maitland believes interim manager Bradley Asagba is an “exceptional” coach. Asagba will guide the Terras through pre-season until a successor to Mark Molesley is appointed, the former Weymouth gaffer having left for Southend on Thursday. Assisting Asagba will be Terras’ captain Josh McQuoid, who has extended his stay at…
Brad Asagba spoke to theterras.com after Weymouth booked their place in the Dorset Senior Cup final with a 5-0 win over Verwood Town.
WEYMOUTH first-team coach Brad Asagba felt Pat Suraci showed “great composure” in notching the Terras’ second goal against Poole on Tuesday. Suraci’s strike added to a Brett Williams penalty as Weymouth made the Dorset Senior Cup semi-finals with a 2-0 win. His second career Weymouth goal comes just a week after re-joining the Terras from…
Brad Asagba spoke to theterras.com as Weymouth progressed to the Semi-Finals of the Dorset Senior Cup after a 2-0 win against Poole Town.
WEYMOUTH first team coach Bradley Asagba says it is all about momentum ahead of the Terras hosting Walton Casuals tomorrow in the Evo-Stik Southern Premier South (3pm). The Terras come into the match off the back of a morale-boosting 2-1 win over Tiverton Town on Tuesday night, with Brandon Goodship grabbing a late winner. Asagba…
WEYMOUTH Reserves manager Bradley Asagba has resigned from his post with immediate effect. The Reserves’ departing boss put his decision down to a “lifestyle reorientation”. Weymouth Reserves have made a poor start to the season, winning just two and losing six of their eight games, and currently sit 15th of 19 teams in Sydenhams Wessex…
WEYMOUTH Reserves’ manager Bradley Asagba was pleased with the response his side gave after relinquishing a 2-0 lead against Totton & Eling at the Bob Lucas Stadium. Goals from Paul Ford and Flynn Wearden gave the dominant Terras a 2-0 half-time lead but Asagba’s men were checked at 2-2 until a Will Gape strike secured…
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