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Williams Loaned to Hayes & Yeading

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Date: Fri 16 Sep 2022

By Steve Whitney

Pitching In Southern League Premier Division South club Hayes & Yeading United have signed midfielder Alfie Williams on loan from League Two side Stevenage.

Williams joined the Stevenage academy after being released by Tottenham Hotspur at under-12 level.

Whilst a second-year scholar at Stevenage, he was loaned to Biggleswade of the Southern League Division One Central in October 2020, in order to gain first-team experience.

He made 2 appearances during the loan spell, scoring once, before returning to Stevenage when Biggleswade’s season was suspended due to restrictions associated with the COVID-19 pandemic.

Williams signed his first professional contract with Stevenage on 22 April 2021.

Having been an unused substitute in the first team on three occasions, he made his professional debut for Stevenage in the club’s 1–0 away victory at Scunthorpe United.

Williams joined then-Southern League Premier Division South side Kings Langley on a month’s loan in September 2021.

He made 7 appearances during the month, scoring once, before the loan was extended for a further two months on 8 October 2021.

Williams scored his first hat-trick in senior football in Kings Langley’s 5–0 victory against Hartley Wintney in November 2021.

He returned to Stevenage in December 2021 having scored 6 times in 20 appearances in all competitions during the loan agreement at Kings Langley.

He joined National League South side Hemel Hempstead Town on loan in December 2021 and scored one goal in 8 appearances before returning to Kings Langley on loan for the remainder of the 2021/22 season.

Williams scored three times in 7 games during his second loan spell at Kings Langley, which included a goal in a 2–0 victory against Salisbury on the last day of the season to ensure the club avoided relegation by a point.

Ahead of the 2022/23 season, Williams returned to Hemel Hempstead Town on loan until 1 January 2023 but that was cut short in order that he joined Paul Hughes` Hayes & Yeading side.

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