Making his debut for Wanderers at the beginning of the club’s first campaign in the Isthmian Premier Division in August 2017 in the 4-1 home victory against Met Police, Isaac would go on to make 169 appearances in red and white, scoring 7 goals, netting his first in the 3-2 win against Worthing in the FA Cup First Qualifying Round that season.

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A versatile defender who has played a key role in Wanderers promotion journey from the Isthmian Premier League in 2019 and the National League South in 2022, Isaac also started and played the entirety of the Surrey Senior Cup final win against Kingstonian in 2022. Featuring in the infamous FA Trophy 2nd Round win away Stockport County in 2019, across the past two seasons in the National League Isaac has played in the renowned televised fixtures against Oldham Athletic, Notts County and Chesterfield. Last campaign Isaac also spent time on loan at Raynes Park Vale and Horsham respectively, starting for the latter in the Isthmian Premier Play-Off Semi-Final against Chatham Town.

Recognising Isaac as a club legend, and praising his impact both on and off the field throughout his time at the football club, Manager Marc White adds the following:

‘Isaac is a friend of mine and a friend of everyone at the football club – he has the Wanderers spirit ingrained in him and I’m super sad to see him go. I want to say a big thanks to Isaac and to his Mum for all of their support of the club, which I know will continue. Isaac is probably the most popular character we have at the club. It seems like only yesterday I was speaking to him about leaving university and joining the Wanderers – he really has been part of the furniture at the club during these recent years and I have no doubt we have not seen the last of him. One thing I want to add is that Isaac should be complimented for being an absolute gentleman in all of his dealings and attitude and Dorking Wanderers would not have been as successful as it has been without Isaac.’