Evo-Stik Northern Premier League First Division North high-flyers Curzon Ashton have signed two new midfielders from Skrill North teams.
Zack Dale joins the Tamesiders from Guiseley AFC and Joel Bembo-Leta from neighbours Stalybridge Celtic.
Dale, who turns 19 later this month, joined the Lions as a 17-year-old in the summer of 2012 after impressing the management team during pre-season.
He operates as a winger or an attacking central midfielder and is rated as a real prospect by the club.
Congolese born, Bembo-Leta is a defensive midfielder, big and powerful he has good ball control.
He made three appearances for the first-team in the Centenary year at Celtic, including a start against Northwich Victoria.
He is one of three brothers who all started out at the Oldham Athletic youth academy, transferring to the Celtic youth team in 2007 and then into the Celtic reserves, along with his brother Fabrice.
He made over thirty appearances when he properly broke into the first-team at the end of the 2010/11 season in his off the bench debut away at Droylsden.
He became a massive part of our back-line, almost ever present, and Celtic were sad to hear that he wished to pursue his career further in France. However, when that failed to come off, they were happy to welcome him back.
Both players are on loan until the end of December and are cover for our ever increasing injury list.