Newport County New Boy Corey Signs Up For Exiles

Newport County have signed striker Corey Whiteley on a two-year contract. It is his first big break at Football League level.

“I can’t wait to get the ball rolling,” said Whiteley. “I like to get forward, I can play on the left, the right or in behind the strikers. I’m buzzing, I am really looking forward to getting started.

“I can’t wait to meet up with the boys, get to know them and start work.”

Whiteley is the ninth player to sign a new two-year contract with Newport this summer.

Newport manager Michael Flynn said: “Corey is an exciting player. He is a player with lots of pace and can also play in a number of different attacking positions.

“He has taken a pay cut to sign and play for this football club which already shows me his desire to play well for Newport County AFC. I can’t wait to see him in action.”

Newport new boy Corey Whiteley.

The 27-year-old has plenty of experience at the top level of non-League football, most recently featuring for Ebbsfleet United after joining the Kent-based club from fellow National League side Dagenham and Redbridge in January 2018.

Born in Middlesex, Corey scored 35 goals with 22 assists over the last three seasons.

Whiteley spent two seasons playing for Enfield, where he was leading goalscorer and players’ player of the year, Corey earned a number of awards playing for Dagenham.

His list of personal awards includes being included in the Vanarama National League ‘Team of the Year’ in 2016/17, winning the Daggers’ player of the year and supporters’ player of the year’ 2016-17.

He scored 11 goals with seven assists for Ebbsfleet.

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Newport County FC fixtures



Tues 16 v Undy (A) 7pm

Weds 17 v Shrewsbury Town (A) 7pm

Fri 19 v Bath City (A) 7pm

Mon 22 v Weston-super-Mare (A) 7pm)

Weds 24 v Chelsea under-23 (Newport Stadium, 7pm)

The Exiles 2019/20 League fixtures: 


Sat 3 – Mansfield (H)

Sat 10 – Cambridge United (A)

Sat 17 – Plymouth Argyle (H)

Tues 20 – Walsall (A)

Sat 24 – Crewe Alexandra (H)

Sat 31 – Forest Green Rovers (A)


Sat 7 – Port Vale (H)

Sat 14 – Northampton Town (A)

Tues 17 – Macclesfield Town (A)

Sat 21 – Exeter City (H)

Sat 28 – Swindon Town (A)


Sat 5 – Carlisle United (H)

Sat 12 – Cheltenham Town (A)

Sat 19 – Scunthorpe United (H)

Tues 22 – Crawley Town (H)

Sat 26 – Colchester United (A)


Sat 2 – Salford City (H)

Sat 16 – Grimsby Town (A)

Sat 23 – Oldham Athletic (H)


Sat 7 – Bradford City (A)

Sat 14 – Stevenage (H)

Sat 21 – Morecambe (A)

Thurs 26 – Exeter City (A)

Sun 29 – Leyton Orient (H)


Wed 1 – Cheltenham Town (H)

Sat 4 – Carlisle United (A)

Sat 11 – Scunthorpe United (A)

Sat 18 – Swindon Town (H)

Sat 25 – Leyton Orient (A)

Tues 28 – Macclesfield (H)


Sat 1 – Plymouth Argyle (A)

Sat 8 – Cambridge United (H)

Tues 11 – Walsall (H)

Sat 15 – Mansfield Town (A)

Sat 22 – Bradford City (H)

Sat 29 – Oldham Athletic (A)


Sat 7 – Morecambe (H)

Sat 14 – Stevenage (A)

Tues 17 – Crawley Town (A)

Sat 21 – Colchester United (H)

Sat 28 – Salford City (A)


Sat 4 – Grimsby Town (H)

Fri 10 – Crewe Alexandra (A)

Mon 13 – Forest Green Rovers (H)

Sat 18 – Port Vale (A)

Sat 25 – Northampton Town (H)

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