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STRIKER DUDLEY AGREES DEAL WITH SALFORD

Twenty year old Anthony Dudley has agreed a two year deal with Salford City and will link up with the Ammies after his contract with Bury expires at the end of June - we have an interview here.

The Manchester born striker made his EFL debut for Bury in January 2014, aged just seventeen and since then has gone on to make a total of twelve league and cup appearances for the Shakers. He was top scorer for Bury's title winning youth team during the 2014-2015 season and he was nominated as the club's rising star in the MBNA North West Football awards.

During the 2015-2016 season he had two loan spells with National League side Guiseley, making sixteen appearances and scoring seven times. In January of this year he joined Macclesfield Town on loan, recording three goals in nine appearances for the Moss Rose outfit.

A hard working player who can play through the middle or out wide, Anthony now makes the move to Moor Lane and will certainly be one to watch next season. We'd like to offer him a warm Ammie welcome and trust that his time with us will be happy and successful.

Updated 06:49 - 9 Jun 2017 by Andy Giblin




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