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14 Mar 2020 : Goalkeeper Scott Reed arrives from Winsford

Former Welsh youth international 'keeper Scott Reed has signed for Runcorn Linnets from Winsford United.

He joined North West Counties League club Winsford only last month from their Premier Division rivals, Northwich Victoria.

Scott played for Manchester United at Under-9s level, his junior and youth career later taking him to Liverpool (from U10-U14) and Swansea City (U14-U18).

He moved into senior football, playing for Merthyr Town in the Southern Premier League and more recently Vics from October to December of last year.

Scott says the definite highlight of his career so far was representing Wales at youth level, winning the 2015 Victory Shield.

Welcome on board, Scott!

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