Dangerous Debnam joins in-form Owls
MANAGER Andy Liddle has drafted in forward Jack Debnam ahead of Cleethorpes Town's home clash against struggling Hallam at the Bradley Community Stadium tomorrow ( 3pm).
The Owls are gunning for a fourth successive Northern Counties East League Division One victory – against a Hallam side bottom of the table.
Debnam, a former Louth Town and Grimsby Borough player, has joined Cleethorpes just after last week's signing of former Grimsby Town Youth defender Lawrence Heward.
Liddle said: "Jack's a quick player that can play on the wing or upfront.
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"He adds to the quality we already have in a squad that's coming together and getting stronger.
"We've been making it hard for teams when they visit Bradley, which is important."
"Hallam are winless in their last seven matches, but battled to a 2-2 draw at Louth Town last month.
Liddle added: "Hallam have been beaten two times at Bradley already this season by Grimsby Borough.
"But they are fighting hard for a win, and when you look at the table it doesn't do some teams justice.
"Yorkshire Amateur are down there but beat Grimsby Borough on Tuesday. That shows how good our 3-2 win was at Yorkshire Amateur last Saturday."