Fleet have made Bagasan Graham the third new signing of the close season after Daryl McMahon landed the former Chelmsford City player earlier today.
An attacking wide midfielder, who can also take up defensive duties as a wing back, Graham caught the eye when he scored twice against the Fleet last season – including the excellent solo effort for the Clarets in the final that so nearly put Rod Stringer’s men into the National League. He was an instrumental part of a very attacking Clarets side last season and a reliable source of crosses from the left.
The 24-year-old began his career in QPR’s youth ranks but played his first games in the Football League for Cheltenham Town. He featured for Boreham Wood, Gloucester City and AFC Telford United on loan before a first spell at Chelmsford in 2013/14.
He had a season at Dulwich Hamlet before a second period at Chelmsford netted him the Young Player of the Year award at the Melbourne Stadium in 2015/16.
He featured more than 70 times for Chelmsford over the past two seasons and McMahon is confident from what he has seen at South level that the very promising player can make the step up with the Fleet in 2017/18.