Goalkeeper Danny Rusling, wide man Rhys Davies, defender Jameel Ible and utility man Nick Darker have all joined Evo-Stik South club Frickley Athletic.
Rusling, 21, who spent ten years at Barnsley before moving to Shaw Lane AFC and then Maltby Main, comes in as the number two to Sebastian Malkowski.
Davies, also 21, who was with Liversedge last season, adds further options attacking wise.
Manager Spencer Fearn said: “In Seb we have one of the best keepers in the league and we are delighted he is with us at Frickley. Like all good squads we need two keepers that have great ability and it’s good news that Danny joins us to provide back up and competition.
“Securing Rhys also strengthens our squad. I’ve seen first-hand what a good player he is and his pace will cause problems for our opposition. He also knows where the goal is, scoring 14 goals last season from out wide in what was an excellent season for him.”
Frickley have re-signed former Scarborough Athletic defender Jameel Ible.
Ible said it was an honour to represent the club who he has followed since the days of Gary Hatto.
Previously with Salford City, York City and Guiseley AFC, he originally signed for the Blues on loan from Guiseley.
Also joining us is Nicky Darker.
The former 32-year-old Stocksbridge Park Steels, Maltby Main, Goole AFC and Belper Town man, who can play in a number of positions, adds more depth and experience to the squad.
Fearn added: “The fans will all know about Jameel`s quality and it’s great he has chosen to come back to us at Westfield Lane from Scarborough where had had another impressive season. He will be a very important player for us for sure.
“In Nicky, we have a player who has spent most of his career in midfield, but has of late converted to a centre-back where he has been excellent. He is competitive, technically very good and was a fans` favourite with his style of play at his previous club”.
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