Following the recent deals with Scott Burton and Mike Phenix, Salford City can now announce that two more of the squad have committed themselves to the club.
Midfielder or defender Billy Priestley and forward Jordan Hulme have joined Burton and Phenix in committing themselves to the Ammies for the next two seasons.
Hulme was one of the players who moved to Moor Lane early in 2015 following the arrival of managers Anthony Johnson and Bernard Morley.
Since then he has made over 100 appearances for the Ammies, weighing in with 30 goals, including the dramatic late winner against Workington AFC in last season’s play-off final.
Central defender Priestley has also played at Rammy but was signed from Bradford Park Avenue in March 2016 and made an immediate impact as the Ammies conceded only three goals during their final seven league games.
He also scored in the play-off final and since then has become a stalwart for the club, chalking up over forty appearances and scoring 4 times.