Darlington have signed striker Wilson Kneeshaw for the second time.
Former Middlesbrough Under-23 player Wilson, has already had one spell with Darlo, playing five games (scoring once) in the 2015-16 season after he’d had a trial at Chesterfield. He was released by Quakers after five games and then joined Blyth Spartans. He moved to the USA in August 2016 and joined Sacramento Republic, who play a level below Major League Soccer until December last year, when he returned to his home town.
Quakers have finally received international clearance for the 24-year-old, and manager Tommy Wright said; “Wilson will give us an extra option in the forward line, plus we’ve also signed him with a view to achieving something in terms of a contract for next season.
“I also like his pace and his personality – he seems to have hit it off with the lads in the dressing room.”