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New Centre-back for Barnet
New Centre-back for Barnet
Vanarama National League club Barnet have announced the signing of former Bradford City centre-back Ben Richards-Everton.
Wednesday 13 January 21 I 17:30:45 I Photo by

Richards-Everton moves to The Hive London with a vast amount of experience in the EFL, where he made close to 100 appearances between spells with Bradford City and Accrington Stanley.

 

Originally with Carlisle United, he went on to have spells with Romulus, Cradley Town, Hinckley United and Tamworth before going `north of the border` with Partick Thistle and Dunfermline Athletic.

 

The Bees have signed the powerful centre-half after the Bantams released his contract Monday.

 

It signals another move in the market for the Bees, as the club continue to invest in bringing experienced players to help Tim Flowers turn the season around.

 

Richards-Everton signs on a contract with the club which will last until at least the end of the 2022/23 season with an option of a further year included in the deal.

 

At 6`5” tall, the Midlands born defender fits the bill for the type of player Flowers is looking for to shore up the defence in the crucial upcoming matches.

 

This addition adds to the height and power already brought in so far this month, with the recent arrival of former Solihull Moors defender Liam Daly.

 

Richards-Everton has also spent time playing in Scotland, having previously made a name for himself playing in non-League football in England.

 

Flowers will be hoping that the height, power and experience of the 29-year-old will play a pivotal part in the club`s turnaround from a poor start to the season.

 

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New Centre-back for Barnet
New Centre-back for Barnet
Wednesday 13 January 21 I 17:30:45
Photo by

Richards-Everton moves to The Hive London with a vast amount of experience in the EFL, where he made close to 100 appearances between spells with Bradford City and Accrington Stanley.

 

Originally with Carlisle United, he went on to have spells with Romulus, Cradley Town, Hinckley United and Tamworth before going `north of the border` with Partick Thistle and Dunfermline Athletic.

 

The Bees have signed the powerful centre-half after the Bantams released his contract Monday.

 

It signals another move in the market for the Bees, as the club continue to invest in bringing experienced players to help Tim Flowers turn the season around.

 

Richards-Everton signs on a contract with the club which will last until at least the end of the 2022/23 season with an option of a further year included in the deal.

 

At 6`5” tall, the Midlands born defender fits the bill for the type of player Flowers is looking for to shore up the defence in the crucial upcoming matches.

 

This addition adds to the height and power already brought in so far this month, with the recent arrival of former Solihull Moors defender Liam Daly.

 

Richards-Everton has also spent time playing in Scotland, having previously made a name for himself playing in non-League football in England.

 

Flowers will be hoping that the height, power and experience of the 29-year-old will play a pivotal part in the club`s turnaround from a poor start to the season.

 

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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