Jason Cowley Player Profile
Debut: Exeter City (H, 0-1), 10/08/2019
First summer signing of 2019, Jason Cowley came to Boro’ with a pretty decent record of finding the back of the net in non-league football. Signed from Bromsgrove Sporting, the striker helped the club up to the Southern League Premier Division Central before setting sights on a new challenge with us.
It was the third promotion in as many years for the Rousiers; them and Cowley proving a match made in heaven, it’d seem. In all, the striker banged in 74 goals in 89 appearances in that time. Oddly, it was also a time in which he (briefly) ended up at AFC Telford United in summer 2018 – only to go back to Bromsgrove on dual-registration terms the same summer.
We don’t know either.
But we do know that his scoring powers are well proven. In a March 2019 win over Corby Town, the lad went viral with a top effort that’d given Ilias Chair a run for his money. We wouldn’t say no to more of that if he wanted to repeat the feat a few times while leading the line for Boro’. First, however, he’d have to get past Danny Newton and Kurtis Guthrie; wise hands when it comes to scoring in the League.
No reason why Cowley can’t join them, though.