Harrogate Town have signed AFC Fylde forward Jack Muldoon.
The 29-year-old becomes their fourth summer signing after netting seven times for The Coasters in last season’s National League. Supporters of the Lancashire side will remember Muldoon for his wonder goal scored during Dave Challinor’s side’s 6-0 win over Macclesfield; a strike that was voted Fylde’s goal of the season.
Muldoon’s solitary season at Fylde came after a transfer from Lincoln, where he spent two seasons; winning the league and promotion to The Football League in his final season with The Imps. The Scunthorpe-born striker was also a key part of Lincoln’s famous 2016/17 FA Cup run that saw them face the likes of Burnley and Arsenal on the way to the Quarter Final of the competition.
Muldoon was offered a new deal at AFC Fylde, but will link up with Harrogate Town, subject to FA and National League approval, on Monday when pre-season training gets underway.
He could feature at The CNG Stadium for the first time on Saturday 21st July when Bradford City make the trip.