According to the Eastbourne Herald our new striker Richard Pacquette is prolific alright – but never hangs around long enough to make a name for himself.
The Herald, reporting on local side Eastbourne Borough’s game against Maidenhead United, made the observation that Pacquette’s departure might have been a blow for the scoring potency of Boro's opponents but the Magpies seem to have made up for his absence by promoting young striker Alex Wall to the front line. He grabbed the only goal in a close encounter.
Richard played for both teams but the Herald made a telling observation in their match report:-
“Pacquette had been in fine form for the Magpies recently but two facts are near-certain with Pacquette, he is capable of scoring goals but he will never stay around for long.
Last week non league’s nomadic marksman packed up his kit bag for the 20th time during his career and reacquainted himself with his former Boro’ team-mate Jamie Taylor at Blue Square Premier outfit Lincoln City”
I think we all came to the conclusion that Pacquette is a wanderer when we studied his lengthy list of employers. Whether we see the other side of his make up, the goals is something we sincerely hope for.