Phil Parkinson, manager of Evo-Stik League Premier club Altrincham, has significantly increased his striking options by signing Jordan Hulme after the talented forward left Salford City.
The Alty boss launched a search for a proven frontrunner after a change in Sefton Gonzales’ work arrangements forced his departure from The J.Davidson Stadium, and it ended in spectacular style with the prized capture of a forward who frequently took the eye in the Vanarama National League North last season.
Hulme`s integration into the team should be made all the smoother by the presence of former Salford team-mates James Poole and John Johnston, both signed by Parkinson this summer and both already to the fore in Alty’s pre-season friendlies so far.
In particular, his partnership with Poole, a revelation in an attacking role just behind the main striker against Stockport County last Tuesday is a prospect Alty fans will relish.
Great to finally get some minutes under the belt today… bit rusty but it will come! https://t.co/TaV8pCHiJv
— Jordan Hulme (@JHulme1) July 15, 2017