PACY attacker Shaquille Leachman-Whittingham is raring to go and has vowed to let his “feet do the talking” after signing for Stratford Town.
The 23-year-old speedy winger began his career at Walsall’s academy and following his release by the Saddlers he went on to play for Tividale, Market Drayton Town, Corby Town, Redditch United and Rushall Olympic, from whom he joins Town.
The gifted playmaker told Town’s official website: “I’m charged up ready to kickstart again after the restart for such a good club as Stratford, who will be battling in and around the play-offs.
“I know a quite few of the lads so it won’t take long for me to gel. Time to get my head down and let my feet do the talking, score goals and help the team out in the best way I can.”
In February 2019 Leachman-Whittingham had the honour of being selected to represent the Football Association in a match to celebrate the 125th anniversary of Herefordshire County FA, when a predominately England C team took on a Herefordshire Select XI at Edgar Street.