Blackpool striker Scott Quigley has agreed to join the Shaymen on loan until the end of the season. The 26 year old 6’4” front man has recently been on loan at Neil Aspin’s League Two side Port Vale from his parent club Blackpool. Recalled by Blackpool from his loan to achieve more regular football, Scott has agreed to join Halifax despite interest from other clubs. He spent five seasons with TNS in the Welsh League including a couple of loans to other teams in the same league. Last season he had a successful loan spell with current promotion contenders Wrexham, making 17 appearances and scoring 8 goals for them. He has made first team appearances for both Blackpool and Port Vale.
Manager Jamie Fullarton who secured Scott’s Loan;
‘I am delighted to have secured the signing of Scott on loan for the rest of the season. With Scott’s experience and proven record at this level last season, it is no wonder that we faced stiff competition for his signature from a number of Clubs higher.
Having met Scott, I was able to convince him why Halifax was the best place for him to come. Not only will Scott add another dimension to our squad and hopefully bring goals, his personality and character will fit seamlessly in to the group.
He is a great addition and a real coup for us to get such a signing across the line‘
We wish Scott well in his time with Halifax and hopefully he can help secure a few more wins and move the Shaymen up the league. Welcome to FC Halifax Town Scott, we look forward to you being available for our home game next Saturday, 5 January against Braintree Town kick off 3.00pm
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