Jack Bridge added to squad

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Ahead of today’s National League clash with FC Halifax Neil Smith has made a further addition to his squad, welcoming midfielder Jack Bridge to Hayes Lane.

Bridge signs having spent his early career at his home town club Southend United. The 25 year old also featured in the Football League for Northampton Town and Carlisle United. And it was at Brunton Park where Bridge linked up with Byron Webster, with the two now reuniting at Hayes Lane.

Jack is available for selection in today’s National League clash and will wear the number 24 shirt this season.

You can hear from our latest signing during our half-time show in Matchday Live, stream passes are available to buy now for £9.99 via the link below.

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