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14 Jul 2020 : Craig Lindfield is back for more with Linnets

Having joined us from Marine in January, Craig Lindfield has agreed to extend his stay at Runcorn Linnets.

The 31-year-old Wirral-born attacking midfielder is looking forward to the challenge as new boss Calum McIntyre continues to piece together his squad.

Craig had returned to Marine for a second spell after a cameo role in Radcliffe's 2018-19 promotion to the NPL Premier Division.

He twice won the FA Youth Cup with Liverpool, gaining England Under 19s international honours.

On leaving Anfield in 2009, Craig made more than 100 Football League appearances for Macclesfield Town and Accrington Stanley.

His other former clubs include FC United of Manchester and Curzon Ashton.

Calum McIntyre said: "Craig has bags of experience of this level and several levels above.

"He buys in massively to what we want to do and the environment we want to create. He is another forward option and we are pleased to have him on board."

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