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    With the 2023/24 season just a week away, we are able to confirm FOUR more players that will be pulling on a Shakers shirt this season.

     

    These players have played throughout the pre-season campaign and are looking to cement their positions as the season unfolds.

     

    First-up is tricky winger, Sajjad Elhassan. The 23-year-old was signed by Andy Welsh at the back end of last season, from Trafford on dual registration having recently been playing at Maine Road in Division One South.

     

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    Saj scored the first Men’s goal at Gigg Lane since 2019 in the friendly against 1874 Northwich on July 11th, which is one of two goals he’s scored in pre-season.

     

    Defender Jack Tinning has played at centre-back and full-back throughout pre-season and his versatility will be seen throughout the competitive campaign.

     

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    He joined Bury AFC last October from Witton Albion.

     

    The 25-year-old was in Warrington Rylands FA Vase winning team as well as both their NWCFL and subsequent NPL West Division promotion squads.

     

    Earlier in his career Jack was on a schoolboy contract at Oldham Athletic. His other former clubs include FC United of Manchester, Abbey Hey, Padiham & 1874 Northwich.

     

    Young midfielder Anton Smith signed for Andy Welsh last summer following his departure from Salford City.

     

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    Anton is a product of Burnley’s Academy and has been on loan at City of Liverpool, Prescot Cables and Atherton Collieries.

     

    He’s also known to have a goal in his locker as was seen against Hyde United.

     

    And finally, goalkeeper Jack Hewitt-Hill will be battling for the number 1 shirt this season alongside Atkinson.

     

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    Born in Bradford, the 21-year-old had his first around a team in the National League System last season, having online previously played Sunday league football.

     

    He’s worked closely with goalkeeper coach Spencer Harrison to develop his game.

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