Nurse puts pen to paper on two-year deal

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Mildenhall Town have announced midfielder Craig Nurse has put pen to paper on a two-year deal with the club.

One of manager Christian Appleford’s marquee signings in the close season, Nurse made the move from Ryman League Division One North outfit Needham Market following an injury-plagued season and was also previously with Bury Town.

Speaking of the signing, Appleford could not hide his delight to secure Nurse’s future at the club.

“Craig has shown the great player and character he is in the short time he has been with us,” he said.

“He is a big part of our plans to move the club forwards and was happy to sign a contract with us as he could see the ambition, quality and professional set-up the club has.”

n The club have also strengthened their backroom staff with the arrivals of coach Derrick Weyand and sports therapist Kyle Goodge.

Weyand arrives with good experience having been head coach of the USA Air Forces side as well as a stint at Havard University, while Goodge replaces Nick Stubbings, who departed for Charlton Athletic.