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BREAKING NEWS | Haughton joins Salford City

 

Nick Haughton has completed a permanent move from Fleetwood Town to Salford City after ending his loan spell at Chorley FC early this week.

 

The 23-year-old has agreed a full-time contract at the Peninsula Stadium and put pen to paper on a two and a half year deal with the National League North leaders, for an undisclosed fee.

 

Haughton’s spell at Victory Park was a huge success, with him scoring 13 goals in 26 appearances in all competitions, including a stunning hat-trick against Boston United in the Emirates FA Cup back in October.

 

Chorley manager Matt Jansen said: “We are sorry to be losing Nick who has done a great job for us during his time with the club.”

 

“I suppose we always knew this could happen, as it is the danger with loan signings who do well, but we have to move on now. We wish Nick all the best for the future.”

 

Chief Executive Dave Riche said: “Nick has secured himself a full time deal with Salford City and there has been a lot of interest in him during his time with Chorley FC.

 

“We have offered him a shop window to show off his skills after Fleetwood Town loaned him to us and we thank them for giving us an opportunity to help develop him further.

 

“It goes without saying that we have benefitted as a club during his four and a half month stay, and we always knew he wanted to stay in full time football. Personally, we would like to thank Fleetwood – in particular chairman Andy Pilley - for keeping us in the loop and letting us know as soon as a deal had been done, and we are working with them to try and strengthen our squad further.

 

“The task now is to continue our winning ways and get back into the play-off places and progress further as a club.”

 

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CENTRAL MIDFIELDER

Adam made his debut for Chorley back in October 2005, coming off the bench to score in a four-one defeat at Bridlington Town during Shaun Teale’s spell as manager.

He played academy football with Everton, where he played alongside Wayne Rooney, and then with Bolton Wanderers before signing apprentice forms at Southport and then moving to Runcorn Halton from where joined the Magpies for the first time.

He sampled Australian football following the end of his first spell at Victory Park, then had a brief spell with Burscough before signing for Radcliffe in September 2008.  He was a regular on the score sheet at Stainton Park and caught the eye of Garry Flitcroft who then brought him back to Chorley in late January 2011.

Originally signed as a centre forward, Adam struggled to hold down a place in the side until switching to the right side of midfield toward the end of 2010/11 season and played a massive role in the clubs play-off success in the Evo-Stik Division One North promotion season.

Since then Adam has evolved into a central midfielder with an eye of a spectacular goal, none more so than is famour 95th minute equaliser at Boston United in the 2014/15 Conference North play-off semi final

FORMER CLUBS: Southport, Runcorn Halton, Chorley, Austrialian Football, Burscough, Radcliffe Borough.

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