It’ll Be Off


Margy gets giddy
June 24, 2008, 12:30 pm
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Margy seemed barely able to contain himself as he announced his latest signing, former Crewe Alexandra and England *cough*under19*cough* striker Kyle Wilson.

FC United are pleased to announce the signing of 22 year old forward Kyle Wilson. Kyle’s former clubs include Altrincham and Droylsden.

Manager Karl Marginson said of the new signing “for his age Kyle’s already had some great footballing experiences including playing in the Football League for Crewe as well as international experience playing in England’s under 19s squad.”

Margy added “I tried to sign Kyle at the back end of last season but it didn’t work out. I am delighted he’s on board for the 08/09 campaign. I couldn’t be more excited about the way things are developing”

“Kyle and Carlos Roca who we signed earlier this week will be great additions to the squad and will undoubtedly entertain supporters when they pull on the shirt. They are both quick, young, exciting footballers and fit into the type of team we are building and how FC United should play football. And there will be more to come”

Which is good news. And if it’s enough to get Margy’s knickers in a twist, it’ll do for me.

Those with a memory not addled by Super Bock may remember him coming on as a sub for Skelmersdale in the Play-off final last season. He’s also played for Fleetwood Town, though not against us in the FA Cup. And if the last striker we signed from Skelmersdale is anything to go by, Wilson should do alright.

There’s not much about him on the net, apart from one very interesting story about how someone signed him for Linfield on Football Manager, so if you know owt about him, share it with us and the world.

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Great news – we certaily needed another striker – he’s Wirral born, but tht’s not technically scouse though is it?

A little about him here:

http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/football/teams/a/altrincham/4363532.stm

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