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Ade becomes the second signing.

Folkestone Invicta Football Club are delighted the announce the re-signing of former Invicta forward Adeoye ‘Ade' Yusuff.

Ade becomes the second signing, and the second re-signing, of the summer as he joins Kieron McCann in returning to the BuildKent Stadium ahead of the 2021/22 season. Both players sent time together last season at Pitching In Isthmian South East club Cray Valley (PM) but will now be linking up for a 3rd time in black and amber.

 Having originally signed for Invicta in the summer of 2017 from Heybridge Swifts, Ade went on to make 102 appearances for the club and scored 51 goals, making him top goal scorer for both the 2017/18 and 2018/19 seasons as the club made back to back top 6 finishes.

 Unsurprisingly those goals lead to interest in Ade from higher up the football pyramid and he moved on to Vanarama National League South side Dulwich Hamlet in the summer of 2019. The forward went on to make 19 appearances at that level for Dulwich, Tonbridge Angels and Braintree Town as well as 11 appearances in a spell in the National League in a 2 year period that was decimated by the COVID-19 pandemic.

 Ade scored 6 goals in 4 games last season as Cray Valley (PM) went on a run to the 1st round proper of the Emirates FA Cup where they met Havant & Waterlooville.

 Speaking to Invicta TV, Ade spoke about his return:

 “The project that was sold to me was very good so I'm definitely glad to be back. [I missed] everyone, even the people around the place as well. It’s not the club I left, the club’s done well since I've been away. It’s about sustaining that. This is my home, spiritual footballing home, I scored a lot of goals here, became happy playing football again here. The club done well for me and I done well for the club and I'm glad to be back.”

 Manager Neil Cugley also spoke about his new signing:

 “He’s a player I've always rated, he was leading goalscorer for 2 years and he’s still in his mid-20s. I never blamed him for going to Dulwich and going full time. I think him and Smithy up top, it could well be those two, they’ll be a handful for anybody.”

  Check out both interviews in full over on Invicta TV     HERE