Leek Town’s new signing Sam Hall will be included in the squad for Saturday’s trip to Frickley Athletic. Hall was signed by manager Neil Baker on Thursday night following his release by Nantwich Town earlier in the week. Baker says he’s delighted to have brought the player back to Harrison Park where he once captained the side. “Sam’s got to be one of the best players in the area and I’m delighted he has joined us,” said the manager.
Eastwood Hanley have sent their best wishes to attacking midfielder Dimitri Manginis who is having trials with a Spanish Second Division club. The 19-year-old has linked up with AC Alcorcon, a team playing in the suburbs of Madrid. But Manginis, who comes from Wenham, in Massachusetts is no stranger to playing in Europe. As a youngster he played for the academy of AE Larissa in the Greek First Division, during which time he was selected to play for the city’s select team.
Leek Town manager Neil Baker isn’t expecting a repeat of the last time they played Lincoln United when the two teams meet at Harrison Park on Saturday. Back in October, Leek travelled to Ashby Avenue having lost their last two games, a league defeat to Basford United and a cup defeat to local rivals Kidsgrove Athletic.
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