MOORS MADE A STATEMENT WHEN THEY SIGNED WEMBLEY WINNER ALEX GUDGER FROM BRACKLEY TOWN ON 25 JUNE 2018.
Gudger progressed through the youth ranks at Nuneaton as they won promotion to the Conference but is was at Rugby Town that he made his mark as a 19-year-old.
In his first season, Gudger claimed Town's Player of the Season Award and the centre-half was promoted to the role of club captain for the start of the following campaign.
He moved to Worcester City in 2015 but it was his next club, Brackley Town, where the defender really made a name for himself.
A permanent fixture in the Brackley side, his crowning moment came at Wembley, when he claimed silverware in the Buildbase Trophy final. After a last gasp equaliser, Brackley held their nerve 5-4 on penalties to beat Bromley and take home the trophy.
After two years at St James' Park, Gudger became former Moors manager, Tim Flower's first signing and he has been a regular starter ever since.
A solid presence at the heart of Moors defence, the uncompromising defender has also shown a goalscoring instinct and found the net six times during his maiden campaign with the club.
Alex Gudger Makes a Return to Action