Striker Liam Dickinson has re-joined Stalybridge Celtic on a month’s loan from Vanarama National League North rivals Bradford Park Avenue.
The front man, who has scored twice so far this campaign, returns to Bower Fold for a second spell at the club, having scored 9 goals in thirty-two games for Celtic in 2014.
From there he joined Mark Bower’s Guiseley AFC, before joining Bradford on loan last season, making the move permanent in the summer.
The 30-year-old was probably involved in the most memorable event of last season, as he started in goal when Avenue travelled to Boston United in April due to the fact no other goalkeepers were available.
His two goals this season equals his total tally for the club, making nineteen appearances in all competitions at the Horsfall Stadium.
The former Stockport County, Derby and Huddersfield forward is in line to make his debut for Stalybridge in their away match at Worcester City tomorrow.