The up-and-coming player was working at his local Sainsbury’s, hoping to earn some money. At National League Aldershot, he has achieved 16 goals and two assists in 30 appearances this season, showing his potential. He expressed his excitement for the future with the club, which offers young players opportunities.
Tommy Widdrington’s team has scored 48 goals in 28 league games, with Stokes contributing to over a quarter of those goals. Widdrington confirmed that there has been interest from higher-level clubs and expressed his belief in Stokes’ potential, calling his football journey “special.” The £250,000 fee for Stokes is a new club record for Aldershot.
The community offers competitions, special offers, promotions, and adverts from the club and its partners. Members have the option to leave the community at any time. The player is considering switching to Waitrose as his preferred supermarket.