Vanarama Conference North club Hyde FC have recalled Kyle Brownhill from his loan spell with Vanarama Conference side….
…..AFC Telford United in preparation for the match against Barrow AFC today.
Brownhill has become a virtual ever-present in the AFC Telford side since breaking into the first-team shortly after arriving on loan, making six starts for the Bucks.
He has also featured for Burnley and Stockport County before joining Hyde at the start of the season.
New boss Gary Lowe has also signed midfielder Danny Racchi and much-travelled goalkeeper Ashley Timms.
Twenty-seven-year-old Racchi has been playing with Icelandic side Valur since 2013.
Racchi left Kilmarnock at the end of the 2012/13 season having previously had spells with Huddersfield Town, where he came through the ranks to make six senior appearances, Bury, for whom he played forty-three times, and York City following a brief spell with Conference side Wrexham.
Timms is a former Manchester City trainee who was at City with the likes of Micah Richards and Stephen Ireland and he was the first of their group to sign a professional contract.
Bolton wanted to sign him after he impressed during a month on work experience and he also had spells with Fulham and Shrewsbury (as understudy to Joe Hart) before being offered a two-year contract by Norwich.
He has also played for the likes of Altrincham, Atherton LR, Bolton Wanderers, Leeds United, Shrewsbury Town, Moor Green, Curzon Ashton, Mossley, Altrincham, Runcorn, Accrington Stanley and Barrow, Stalybridge Celtic, Barrow again, Tamworth, Bacup Borough, Worksop Town, Hinckley United, Hemel Hempstead Town, Ilkeston FC and King`s Lynn Town.