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City of Liverpool have completed the signing of striker Mitch Bryant from Bury AFC.
The forward started his career with Manchester United’s Academy before joining Reading and has represented a number of clubs in the Non League pyramid.
Notably, he once had a loan spell at Basingstoke Town in the Conference South where he achieved the enviable feat of scoring a double hat trick against Weymouth!
Bryant spent last season at Colwyn Bay where he was a popular and prolific figure for the Seagulls, scoring 14 goals and providing 12 assists during the 2019-20 campaign, and joined phoenix club Bury AFC in the summer.
Mitch is a familiar face to Purps manager Michael Ellison, having played for his Runcorn Linnets side in the 2018-19 Northern Premier League season.
Ellison is pleased to sign Bryant again, “Mitch will be a great addition to the squad.”
“He’s a top lad on and off the pitch and I’m really looking forward to working with him again”
Welcome to the club, Mitch.
City of Liverpool FC are pleased to announce the singing of goalkeeper Theo Roberts from Curzon Ashton.
The 22 year old stopper started his career at Wigan Athletic before moving to Chester FC in 2018 and was loaned by The Seals to Buxton, Atherton Collieries and Mossley during his time at the Deva Stadium.
Roberts particularly excelled during his spell at Buxton, nailing down the #1 jersey with a string of stellar performances which earned him a place in the 2018-19 Northern Premier League Team of the Season.
After leaving Chester, Theo signed for Curzon Ashton in the National League North and now signs for Michael Ellison’s City of Liverpool side looking to kick on in the Northern Premier League.
The Purps manager explained, “I’m delighted to have Theo on board.”
“He’s a top keeper who brings with him experience at this level and above”.
“He had a number of clubs chasing his signature and we’re delighted he chose The Purps.”
Welcome to the club, Theo.