There have been a good number of players to play for FC Halifax Town and Farsley Celtic since 2008. Here, we take a look at some of those players, and where else they have played in their careers.
The first player that we’ll look at is Paul Evans who was a member of the Halifax side who had to start over again in 2008. The midfielder made 13 appearances for the Shaymen in his one season with the club. He was most recently a squad member at Farsley and has a number of highly ranked teams to his name including Shrewsbury Town, Brentford, Bradford City, Blackpool, Nottingham Forest, Rotherham United, Swindon Town and Oxford United.
Ryan Sugden had previously played for the former Halifax club, however came back in the 2008/09 season to try and aid the club’s climb back up the tables. Throughout his two spells at the Shay, he made 87 appearances with 23 goals in return. With spells at Oldham Athletic and Morecambe to his name, Ryan is well experienced.
Someone who came to the Shay in 2009 is Kevin Sanasy. He only managed to make three appearances for the club resulting in him moving on the following year. He has managed more game time elsewhere including at Witton Albion, Frickley Athletic and Stocksbridge Park Steels. He began his career with Bradford City.
A player who also joined Town in 2009 is midfielder, Richard Marshall. He stayed at the Shay for two years making himself a regular as he collected 61 appearances for the club, scoring a decent return of 24 goals. As well as Halifax and Farsley, Richard featured for both of the Harrogate clubs, Railway and Town.
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