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New Blyth Boss Brings in Former Heed Keeper
New Blyth Boss Brings in Former Heed Keeper
Vanarama National League North club Blyth Spartans have announced the signing of goalkeeper Mark Foden.
Monday 17 June 19 I 15:45:59 I Photo by

Originally with Hartlepool United, the Scot returned north of the border to join St Mirren in July 2014 and a year later signed for Ross County.

 

He left County in the summer of 2018 and signed for then-National League side Gateshead after spending the previous season on loan at Scottish League sides Sterling Albion and Stenhousemuir.

 

Foden played one game for Blyth during the 2018/19 season when former manager Alun Armstrong brought him in on loan from the Heed.

 

Foden was delighted to be at Croft Park, especially to work under new manager Lee Clark.

 

He told http://www.blythspartans.com: “Obviously he has managed at a very good level, and what he is trying to do here is similar to what happened at Gateshead last year.

 

“A young exciting squad of players. I’m delighted to be part of the this”.

 

Stuart Dick

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New Blyth Boss Brings in Former Heed Keeper
New Blyth Boss Brings in Former Heed Keeper
Monday 17 June 19 I 15:45:59
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Originally with Hartlepool United, the Scot returned north of the border to join St Mirren in July 2014 and a year later signed for Ross County.

 

He left County in the summer of 2018 and signed for then-National League side Gateshead after spending the previous season on loan at Scottish League sides Sterling Albion and Stenhousemuir.

 

Foden played one game for Blyth during the 2018/19 season when former manager Alun Armstrong brought him in on loan from the Heed.

 

Foden was delighted to be at Croft Park, especially to work under new manager Lee Clark.

 

He told http://www.blythspartans.com: “Obviously he has managed at a very good level, and what he is trying to do here is similar to what happened at Gateshead last year.

 

“A young exciting squad of players. I’m delighted to be part of the this”.

 

Stuart Dick

Copyright Non League Today. Permission to use quotations from this article is granted subject to appropriate credit being given to the Non League Today website as the source and a link back to the Non League Today website.
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