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Cardle Comes `Home` to AFC Fylde
Vanarama National league club AFC Fylde have signed midfielder Joe Cardle from Scottish Championship side Dunfermline Athletic.
20-07-2018 at 12:05

Born in Blackpool, as a schoolboy Cardle played for Lytham Juniors and Burnley before signing his first professional contract at Port Vale.

 

He was with Vale for three years from August 2005 before going on loan to Clyde in 2007/08. 

 

He made 10 appearances in the three months at Broadwood from September to November before returning to England after injury curtailed his time at Clyde.

 

He signed for Airdrie United for season 2008/09 and signed a pre-contract with Dunfermline in January 2009. 

 

A very quick player, skilful with an ability to play on either side of the park, the winger left and joined Raith Rovers when made redundant by Interim Administrators in March 2013.

 

After 40 games for Raith, the 31-year-old moved to Ross County in May 2014 and then re-joined Dunfermline in the summer of 2015, going on to add 77 appearances and 25 goals to his previous tally of 118 and 20 goals from his first stint at East End Park.

 

Cardle has signed a two-year deal with the Coasters.

 

He told http://www.afcfylde.co.uk: “I actually first spoke to Dave Challinor about three years ago, but a move never materialised at the time. I met up with him again in Scotland during AFC Fylde’s pre-season training camp in Largs and I could see the love and ambition he had for the club and I can’t wait to be part of that”.

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Cardle Comes `Home` to AFC Fylde
20-07-2018 at 12:05
(Photo: Craig Brown)
Vanarama National league club AFC Fylde have signed midfielder Joe Cardle from Scottish Championship side Dunfermline Athletic.

Born in Blackpool, as a schoolboy Cardle played for Lytham Juniors and Burnley before signing his first professional contract at Port Vale.

 

He was with Vale for three years from August 2005 before going on loan to Clyde in 2007/08. 

 

He made 10 appearances in the three months at Broadwood from September to November before returning to England after injury curtailed his time at Clyde.

 

He signed for Airdrie United for season 2008/09 and signed a pre-contract with Dunfermline in January 2009. 

 

A very quick player, skilful with an ability to play on either side of the park, the winger left and joined Raith Rovers when made redundant by Interim Administrators in March 2013.

 

After 40 games for Raith, the 31-year-old moved to Ross County in May 2014 and then re-joined Dunfermline in the summer of 2015, going on to add 77 appearances and 25 goals to his previous tally of 118 and 20 goals from his first stint at East End Park.

 

Cardle has signed a two-year deal with the Coasters.

 

He told http://www.afcfylde.co.uk: “I actually first spoke to Dave Challinor about three years ago, but a move never materialised at the time. I met up with him again in Scotland during AFC Fylde’s pre-season training camp in Largs and I could see the love and ambition he had for the club and I can’t wait to be part of that”.

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