There have been just three players that have donned the shirt of both FC Halifax Town and Solihull Moors. Ahead of Saturday’s FA Trophy tie between the two teams, here’s a look at the players that have played in West Yorkshire and the West Midlands…
Lee Wilson (Striker) – Wilson played for both The Shaymen and Solihull in the 90s. He appeared firstly for Halifax in 1995. During his time at The Shay, Wilson made five appearances, managing 3 goals. It was three years later when the front man made the move to The West Midlands. He played for the now defunct Solihull Borough 10 times during the 1998-1999 season, scoring six goals.
Rory May (Striker) – May joined Halifax on loan during the 2003-2004 season from parent club Lincoln City. He joined in March 2004 for the remainder of that season where he made three appearances without getting on the scoresheet for The Shaymen. He then joined Solihull for the 2006-2007 season. He moved to Brackley Town in February 2007 before joining Solihull in March 2007. During that season, he managed to score 30 goals in 39 appearances!
Aron Wint (Striker) – Wint is the most recent man to have played for the two clubs. He joined Halifax on loan in March 2012. He managed to score on debut, in a 3-1 win over Harrogate Town, however that was the only goal the striker scored in his short spell at The Shay. Wint made a further two appearances for Halifax before returning to parent club Scunthorpe United. A year later, Wint joined The Moors in 2013.
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