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Duo Leave Bay for Colliers
Duo Leave Bay for Colliers
Ian Skinner, manager of Ebac Northern League First Division club Ashington, has secured a double signing from league rivals Whitley Bay with Max Emmerson and Tom Bramley joining the Woodhorn Lane outfit.
Tuesday 31 December 19 I 09:19:58 I Photo by

Twenty-two-year-old Bramley (pictured) is a centre-back who’s previous clubs include Seaham Red Star, Newcastle Benfield and Bay.

 

Emmerson, 19, is a central midfielder who came through the academy system at Newcastle United.

 

He is also part of the current Tynemet Football Academy.

 

Skinner told https://www.ashingtonafc.com: "Both players will add competition for places at a time when fixtures are coming thick and fast. It is further evidence that we are looking to develop players who could be part of the squad for seasons to come".

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Duo Leave Bay for Colliers
Duo Leave Bay for Colliers
Tuesday 31 December 19 I 09:19:58
Photo by

Twenty-two-year-old Bramley (pictured) is a centre-back who’s previous clubs include Seaham Red Star, Newcastle Benfield and Bay.

 

Emmerson, 19, is a central midfielder who came through the academy system at Newcastle United.

 

He is also part of the current Tynemet Football Academy.

 

Skinner told https://www.ashingtonafc.com: "Both players will add competition for places at a time when fixtures are coming thick and fast. It is further evidence that we are looking to develop players who could be part of the squad for seasons to come".

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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