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Veteran Striker Joins Boro
Veteran Striker Joins Boro
Veteran striker Lee Hughes has signed for BetVictor Southern League Premier Division Central club Nuneaton Borough.
Friday 13 March 20 I 11:52:45 I Photo by

He has transferred from Southern League Division One Central side Halesowen Town but has been playing recently for Northern Premier League Premier Division outfit Grantham Town on dual registration.

 

The vastly experienced but still very fit 43-year-old joined Halesowen Town in March 2018 and had a spell as player/caretaker-manager towards the end of the 2018/19 season.

 

He first came to the fore with Kidderminster Harriers where he scored 70 goals in 140 games which earned England semi-pro honours as well as a £200,000 move to West Bromwich Aalbion – ironically the club he played for as a youth.

 

He scored 79 times in 156 games for Albion and went on to enjoy a career with the likes of Coventry City, West Brom again, Oldham Athletic, Notts County, Port Vale, Forest Green Rovers, back at Kiddy, Ilkeston Town, Worcester City, where he was player-manager for a year, AFC Telford United and Halesowen.

 

He moved to NPL Premier Division Mickleover Sports on dual registration in late August 2019 and then to league rivals Grantham in January 2020.

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Veteran Striker Joins Boro
Veteran Striker Joins Boro
Friday 13 March 20 I 11:52:45
Photo by

He has transferred from Southern League Division One Central side Halesowen Town but has been playing recently for Northern Premier League Premier Division outfit Grantham Town on dual registration.

 

The vastly experienced but still very fit 43-year-old joined Halesowen Town in March 2018 and had a spell as player/caretaker-manager towards the end of the 2018/19 season.

 

He first came to the fore with Kidderminster Harriers where he scored 70 goals in 140 games which earned England semi-pro honours as well as a £200,000 move to West Bromwich Aalbion – ironically the club he played for as a youth.

 

He scored 79 times in 156 games for Albion and went on to enjoy a career with the likes of Coventry City, West Brom again, Oldham Athletic, Notts County, Port Vale, Forest Green Rovers, back at Kiddy, Ilkeston Town, Worcester City, where he was player-manager for a year, AFC Telford United and Halesowen.

 

He moved to NPL Premier Division Mickleover Sports on dual registration in late August 2019 and then to league rivals Grantham in January 2020.

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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