Dave Pearce Makes Generals Deal Permanent
Winger Dave Pearce, who has spent most of this season on loan at Chesham United in the Evo-Stik Southern Premier Division from Vanarama South side Hemel Hempstead Town, has this week made his move to the Generals a permanent deal.
Pearce joined last season’s Southern Premier champions Hemel Hempstead Town in February 2011 after his former club Windsor & Eton were dissolved. His other previous clubs include Wycombe Wanderers and a spell on load at Bracknell Town when at Windsor.
He made an immediate impact after joining the Tudors, scoring three times in his first four games and has since established himself as a regular first-team player. Pearce, scored 17 goals in the the Tudors title winning season and has hit a total of 62 gaols in 176 appearances for Hemel in his time at Vauxhall Road.
One of the most popular players ever to have worn a Tudors shirt, Dave was voted the supporters’ player of the year and managers’ player of the yea, along with winning the `golden boot` in the 2011/12 season.