Morton Joins The Nash From Celtic

19 May 2018 in News

Morton Joins The Nash From Celtic Morton Joins The Nash From Celtic

Curzon Ashton are delighted to announce the signing of defender Danny Morton from Stalybridge Celtic.

 

Full-back Morton, who spent time at Burnley and Blackburn during his youth, becomes John Flanagan’s second summer addition after winger Connor Hughes joined on Thursday.

 

The defender became a fans favourite in his two-year spell at Clitheroe after signing from NWCFL side Barnoldswick Town in 2013.

After impressing as skipper of the Evo-Stik North outfit, the 25-year-old earned a move to Stockport County where he spent the entirety of the 2015/16 season and collected their young player of the year award.

 

Danny joined Stalybridge in 2016 from Colne and was awarded the captain’s armband for the 17/18 season at Bower Fold, where he made 77 appearances.

 

On the signing of the defender, manager John Flanagan said: “Like Connor Hughes, Danny is a player that I’ve tried to sign previously but circumstances this time allowed us to get the deal done. 

 

“He’s a great age at 25, experienced and athletic with some excellent leadership qualities so he will bring a lot to our changing room. As a player, he’s adaptable so he’s able to drop in at full-back, centre-half and centre-midfield which will provide much needed cover for a number of positions.”

 

Everyone at the club would like to extend a warm welcome to Danny and wish him well with his time at the Tameside Stadium!

 

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