Stoke City favourite Ricardo Fuller has re-signed for Nantwich Town after a spell with the Dabbers last season.
The former Preston North End striker, who turned 40 at the end of last month, signed for Nantwich back in January, playing a part in the Dabbers’ Evo-Stik Premier campaign, in which they finished 4th. The ex-Jamaica international initially retired three years ago.
Fuller played in the Premier League for Portsmouth, though most notably for Stoke for four seasons. He had been a key part in Tony Pulis’ side winning promotion from the Championship in 2008, spending six years with the Potters in all.
Nantwich boss Dave Cooke told the club’s website: “Ric’s been training for a month now and is looking sharp. It’s great to have him back.
“He’s great around the players, and with his experience, it’s a great fit.”