Nantwich Town have signed goalkeeper Greg Hall from Witton Albion for the 2019-20 season.
Hall is a former four-time North-West Counties Football League Goalkeeper of the Year and the experienced stopper has spent his long career in and around the non-league scene, perhaps most notably with Glossop North End, where he was part of a side that narrowly lost the FA Vase final to North Shields in 2015 at Wembley, in front of a nearly 10,000-strong crowd.
He had a successful 2018-19 season at Wincham Park where he was unlucky to miss out on the Evo-Stik Premier Division’s Team of the Season as Witton were close to reaching the play-offs.
The keeper has also spent time with Radcliffe, Maine Road, Trafford and Ashton United and joins with a wealth of experience between the sticks.
Manager Dave Cooke noted:
“Greg is a keeper that’s impressed me every time I’ve watched him. His record last season speaks for itself, and we have been blessed with good-quality keepers recently with Will [Jaaskelainen] and Fabian [Spiess]. Greg will add to that; he is great in communication and very passionate about his football, and I think that he is a perfect fit for us.”