On Thursday evening, the Portwaymen had let the cat out of the bag: Jamie Adams had agreed a deal to return to Bristol Manor Farm as the club’s first marquee signing ahead of the 2023/24 Southern League campaign. In our latest interview, we sat down with Adams who revealed all about the next chapter in his career.
“I thoroughly enjoyed my previous spell at Bristol Manor Farm,” Adams began.
“People who are familiar with the club will know all about our successes in the FA Cup, and some of my personal career highlights came during the 18/19, 19/20, and 20/21 seasons at The Creek.”
Following spells at Yate and Merthyr in the Southern Premier Division, the reintroduction of Adams can only be seen as a real coup for the football club, and the midfielder admits that he ‘jumped’ at the opportunity to play under Lee’s management once again.
“I was delighted when Lee and I spoke about the potential for me to re-join the Farm,” Adams expressed.
“I thoroughly enjoyed working with him in the past, and both our ambitions for next season and the future are totally aligned I’d say.
“Bristol Manor Farm has a great setup, with an amazing set of people behind the scenes and a passionate fan base that makes playing here such an enjoyable experience.
“I can’t wait for the start of next season!” Adams expressed.
Over the past couple of years, the club has enjoyed some fantastic moments both on and off the pitch, and Adams wants to help continue the club’s forward momentum next season.
“During my previous spell at Bristol Manor Farm, there was a lot of excitement around the place which created a great buzz for us as players,” said Adams.
“The club worked extremely hard to make the play-offs, and then of course retain its Southern League status, so I’m forward to being part of a team that plays exciting football and seeing what impact we can make next season.”