AFC Fylde have brought back former player Dan Bradley from Kidderminster Harriers for an undisclosed fee.
Bradley rejoins the Coasters on a deal that will run until the end of the 2021 season, following his departure in August 2017 for family reasons.
Following the injury to Mason Bloomfield, and expirations of loan deals of Jim Kellermann and Danny Williams, incomings were certainly a priority for Coasters Manager Dave Challinor.
“It’s brilliant to get him back,” said a delighted Challinor. “Once we knew we could get him it was a no brainer for me.”
“We think he has all of the attributes to be a success at this level, and he knows his role in this team.”
“The big thing is that he can play wide, as a central striker, he can play from deeper, in a 2 or a 3. He’s got great energy and a fantastic foil for Danny Rowe, as he showed in his season with us.”
“The fans love him, and I’m sure he’ll hit the ground running.”