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Huntly strike a deal with Bradley Manson to keep the former Deveronvale and Keith player at Christie Park for the next four years


By Craig Christie

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BRADLEY Manson is the latest Huntly player to sign a contract extension with the Highland League football side.

Bradley Manson wins the ball for Huntly. Picture: Becky Saunderson.
Bradley Manson wins the ball for Huntly. Picture: Becky Saunderson.

The former Deveronvale and Keith defender pas penned a deal to keep him at Christie Park until 2024.

He joins Alex Thoirs, Zander Jack, Reece McKeown and Logan Johnstone in committing his future to Huntly on a longer contract.

Manson will work again with new Huntly boss Allan Hale, who managed him at Keith.

The player said on his club's website: "Since the new management team have come in there’s been a great motivation not only for myself but throughout the entire team to improve.

"The professionalism shown by the management team is infectious and is clearly having a huge impact on the squad and the new vision of Huntly is something I’d like to be part of and give my fullest commitment too."

Hale and assistant Stefan Laird have also brought in new signings Stuart Taylor and Cammy Bowden from Turriff, and re-signed Glenn Murison after a spell in Australia.



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