Yeovil Town have bolstered their squad further by securing the services of defenders Tom Bradbury and Craig Alcock.
Having impressed during his 70-minute appearance in the 2-0 friendly win over Stratford Town on Saturday, 21-year-old Bradbury signs a one-year deal at Huish Park. Standing at 6’2”, the left-footed central defender spent last season with Dundee in the Scottish Premiership but spent time out on loan at York City in National League North, adding to the experience gained with Bishop’s Stortford and Banbury United, having started out at MK Dons.
Bolstering Town’s backline further, Alcock has extended his stay at Huish Park after returning to the club on a short-term deal in February. Signing a new one-year contract, the 31-year-old will now look to build on the 125 appearances he has amassed in green and white across two spells.
The versatile defender featured in the opening 45 minutes of Town’s clash with Stratford last weekend and will be part of the squad to take on Hereford this Friday with a new contract under his belt.