Paul Holleran, manager of Skrill North club Leamignton, has today clinched the signing of Peter Till from league rivals….
….Solihull Moors to boost his injury hit squad ahead of Saturday’s fixture against Oxford City at the New Windmill Ground.
The midfielder, who is comfortable on either wing or in attack, scored in the Moors’ recent victory at Oxford and had made over twenty appearances for Marcus Bignot’s side since signing from Tamworth last summer, but having fallen out of favour has agreed to make the short hop to Warwickshire to link up with Brakes.
The 28-year-old has a wealth of experience in both the Football League and the Conference.
He began his career at Birmingham City, where he rose through the youth ranks before making his debut in a League Cup tie against Scunthorpe United in 2005.
He then spent a spell on loan with the Lincolnshire club before further loan moves to Boston United, Leyton Orient and Grimsby Town, who he joined on a permanent basis after being released by the Blues in 2007.
During his time with the Mariners, Till played at Wembley in the Johnstone`s Paint Trophy Final.
He spent time at Chesterfield on loan before joining home-town club Walsall after leaving Grimsby, but his time at the Bescot Stadium was hampered by injuries, and he dropped into the Conference in 2010 to sign a one year deal with York City, before spending the following season at Fleetwood Town as they won the title.
Holleran was pleased to complete the signing in plenty of time for the weekend, saying: “I was interested in signing Peter in the summer but he had already agreed to join Solihull Moors so it’s pleasing to be able sign him now. He’s a good player who was unfortunate with injuries during his Football League days. He can play on the wing or up front, so will be a great boost to the squad ahead of some more tough fixtures.”