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Connor McCarthy

Position : Forward

Connor returned to Runcorn Linnets less than 24 hours before the new season kicked off - and eight months after leaving for Warrington Town.

Connor made a big impression in his first Linnets stint, the player's influence reaching well beyond his five goals in 15 games.

He first arrived at Linnets in September 2018, having been a regular at FC United in National League North the previous season - scoring nine goals in 42 appearances for the breakaway Reds.

The striker's industrious style and "team player" qualities made him an instant Linnets fans favourite.

Having begun his career at Prescot Cables and Skelmersdale, Connor was signed by Southport where he played in the top division of the National League.

While at the Sandgrounders, he spent time on loan at AFC Telford United before joining the Shropshire club on a permanent deal in September 2016.

After a being loaned to Warrington early in 2017, Connor was allowed to leave by Telford at the end of 2016-17 and moved to FC United in July 2017.

Throughout his career, Connor has been renowned for his work rate and commitment.

He won our Bowland Brewery Player of the Month award for October 2018 before moving to Warrington in the December.

Connor is now reunited on the field with his brother (and Runcorn Linnets midfielder) Ronnie.



Runcorn Linnets would like to thank RLFCSG Runcorn Linnets FC Supporters Group who has kindly sponsored Connor McCarthy.




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