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#WelcomeJebb | Interview



Wealdstone Football Club are delighted to announce the signing of midfielder Jack Jebb from Welling United for an undisclosed fee.


The 24-year-old technical midfielder signed for National League South rivals Welling United in 2017 after prior experience in the Football League and the National League.


Jebb began his career in Arsenal's youth academy before signing his first professional contract with the Gunners in 2012.


The midfielder then spent multiple spells with Stevenage, with two periods on loan earning him a permanent deal in 2015.


After being released at the end of the 2015-16 season, Jebb joined League Two side Newport County on a short-term deal in November 2016.


Jebb was released in January 2017 and joined National League Sutton United a month later before his two-year spell at Park View Road with Welling United.


The creative midfielder also made multiple appearances and scored two goals for the England Under-16's and Under-17's.


Our new signing will be available for selection for Saturday’s National League South fixture against Eastbourne Borough.



You can read Jack's first interview with the Stones below:



On signing for Wealdstone...

“I’m buzzing and can’t wait to get going.”


On the attitudes he has that he can bring to the squad...

“I like to get on the ball and play good football. I have a varied range of passing and taking set pieces is a big part of my game.


“I will provide vision for a pass and I’m sure with the movement of the players we’ve got we’ll link up well. I’ll try and pop up with some goals as well.”


On what he learned at Arsenal which influences him on how to play today...

“Yeah [being at Arsenal] massively influenced the way I play, I was the there from eight to twenty years-old so it was a good place to learn my trade.


“They wanted to play a good brand of football so you had to be good technically & comfortable on the ball.”


On Dean Brennan and Stuart Maynard...

“I like the enthusiasm they [Dean Brennan and Stuart Maynard] have and the way they get the team to play.


“I’ve watched a few games back and have been impressed by the football that’s been played.”


On his individual and squad targets for this season...

“Individually, I want to enjoy and play my best football; have a big influence on the team with goals and assists.


“With the squad, the aim has got to be win the league. We’ve got the players, the staff and the support of the fans to do it. We just have to stay focused.”

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