Former Bantam Joins Bridlington Town

Nathan Doyle Signs For Bridlington Town 

Former Bradford City midfielder Nathan Doyle has today joined Bridlington Town in the Toolstation North East Counties Football League.  Doyle who played for his country at England U21 level has also played in the Premier League with Hull City and in the Sky Bet Championship with Barnsley and Derby County.

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Doyle, also played for Luton Town in Sky Bet League Two as well as winning promotion to Sky Bet League One with Bradford City in the Play-Off Final, he also went on to play in the 2012 Capital One Cup Final in the same season at Wembley with the Bantams.

After suffering an Achilles tendon rupture in his first pre-season training session prior to the 2016–17 season, resulting in a long spell on the sidelines he left Luton Town when his contract was cancelled by mutual consent on 31 January 2017.

Speaking about the move to Bridlington Nathan Doyle said, “I’m delighted to sign for Bridlington Town and can’t wait to link up with the lads for preseason.  When Curtis went to Bridlington, I have always checked to see how results were going and after speaking with Curtis this week I can’t wait to get started.

We are hoping to push for promotion next season and I’am hoping I can help achieve our goal, whilst assisting some of the younger lads in the squad develop and pass on some of my vast experience that I have gained in my time in the professional game.

When speaking to Curtis about the plans for the team I could tell he really believed in the club.  Everybody I have spoken to about the club has spoken highly of Bridlington Town and especially chairman Peter Smurthwaite, so I’m looking forward to getting stuck in and trying to lead from the front by example.”

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