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Toolstation Northern Counties East League Premier Division club Liversedge have signed two 20-year-olds.

The first is centre-back Sam Pashley, who had been at Nostel Miners Welfare this season but as a 17-year-old was playing for Ossett Town in the Evo-Stik Northern Premier League, but last season saw him break his ankle and he missed quite a fair chunk of it.

Tim Robertson joins Sedge from Selby Town where he has been injured for much of his time there.

Robertson was surprisingly let go by Garforth Town where he was always a very combative footballer with good quality on the ball.

The ex-Huddersfield Town youth player will be a good mix with Sedge`s other young left-sided player Marc Lumb.

Meanwhile, Lamin Janneh has left the club and has signed for Thackley.

He only played one game for Liversedge and that was against Clipstone in the cup.


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