Alfreton Town re-sign Dan Bradley
Alfreton Town have announced the signing of former captain Dan Bradley ahead of the 2020/21 Vanarama National League North season.
Bradley originally joined Alfreton in 2012 after leaving Kidderminster Harriers, helping the club reach their all-time highest finish in the National League in the 2013/14 season.
The midfielder left Alfreton for Barnet in the 2014 season, but returned to the club that same year, playing at the Impact Arena until 2016.
Bradley managed to amass 32 goals for the club in his four years there and was a constant fan favourite, earning himself the captain’s armband in 2015.
The 29-year-old joined Fylde in 2016, helping the club to win the Vanarama National League North as he netted 11 goals from 29 games. He would then have a short spell at his hometown club Kidderminster before returning to Fylde, helping them to reach the play-off finals of the National League in 2019.
Alfreton boss Billy Heath is detailed to bring Bradley back to the Impact Arena, having been a long-time admirer of the midfielder.
Heath said: “It’s a great for us to get Dan back at the Impact Arena. I had previously tried to sign him for Halifax, I think that he is a top player at National League level, and we are hoping for big things.
“The main thing for us was that Dan wanted to come back and that he is returning to us for all the right reasons. He is an Experienced player and will be a big part of the squad.”
Bradley makes his return to the Impact Arena having been released by AFC Fylde following their relegation from the National League last season.