Andy Hall has rejoined Kettering Town – six years after leaving the club.
The winger, who can also play as a striker, confirmed yesterday (Tuesday) that he had left King’s Lynn Town, for whom he scored 12 goals last season.
Hall last featured for the Poppies during the Conference North title-winning campaign in 2007-08 before going on to play for Corby Town.
And Kettering have now confirmed he has re-signed for the club for the forthcoming Calor League Division One Central campaign.
King’s Lynn manager and former Poppies player Gary Setchell had earlier revealed that Hall was bound for Kettering when he said: “I made Hally a good offer. I didn’t want to lose him, that’s no secret. He did well for us last year.
“I think he would have kicked on this season. But he’s got a young family. Kettering is closer to home for him. It’s 10 minutes down the road.
“They’ve got a big budget so he’s got a financial pull there as well. That happens pre-season.”
Hall, himself said on Twitter: “Thank you to all the fans at King’s Lynn Town for all the support.
“Unfortunately I won’t be returning for the forthcoming season. I’ve had an unbelievable time at the club. I wish the lads and management all the best.”
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