Three more sign Barrow AFC deals
Last updated at 17:30, Friday, 08 June 2012
JAMES Owen, Shaun Pearson and Mike Pearson have signed new deals to stay at Barrow AFC.
Midfielder Owen and keeper Pearson have inked one-year deals, while defender Mike's will run until October as he bids to prove his fitness following the leg and ankle break he suffered seven months ago.
Winger Paul Rutherford was also due to re-sign today (Friday) but is on a break abroad. The club say he will sign a new contract on Wednesday. Midfielder Richie Baker set to do the same when he returns from holiday.
See Saturday's Evening Mail for more on this story and quotes from James Owen
First published at 11:04, Friday, 08 June 2012
Published by http://www.nwemail.co.uk
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