The German has
been one of the leading marksmen in the Ryman League this season, finding the
net 15 times in league competition this term.
He has agreed a
deal that will run until the summer of 2018 and joins for an undisclosed fee.
winner of the players’ and supporters’ player of the year accolades at
Worthing, Bugiel has also represented Selsey and Burgess Hill Town earlier on
in his career after moving to England six years ago.
He was born in
Germany to a Polish mother and Lebanese father and has recently been working in
part of the community department at Brighton & Hove Albion.
his move to Forest Green, Bugiel said: “It is a higher division so I’ve got to
prove myself. I’m definitely going to give one hundred per cent.
“I’m going to
be working my socks off – I’ve always been like that – work rate is the main
thing. If it doesn’t go your way you’ve still got to work hard. It only takes
one chance to score a goal.
“I knew there
was interest from higher up so I thought if I come down and show what I’ve got
to offer then there was a chance I could get signed so I’m pleased”.
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