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Three new deals

9 April 2013

Fleetwood Town are delighted to announce that Scott Davies, Junior Brown and Alan Goodall have all signed new deals at Highbury as the club continues to build on this season's success, with one eye al

Fleetwood Town are delighted to announce that Scott Davies, Junior Brown and Alan Goodall have all signed new deals at Highbury as the club continues to build on this season's success, with one eye already on planning for the 2013/2014 campaign.

All three players were instrumental to Fleetwood Town securing promotion to the Football League in 2012. Influential keeper Scott Davies has agreed a long-term deal which will keep him at Highbury until 2016. Davies has appeared 132 times for Fleetwood Town. “I’m ecstatic to finally sign a new deal. Everybody knows just how I feel about the club and I felt a sense of loyalty to the club as well. I can now look forward to the next three years and more success with Fleetwood Town,” said the 26-year-old keeper. Left-sided utility man Brown arrived at Highbury in 2010 and has penned a new two-year deal. Brown, 23, has played a total of 80 games for Town and has contributed 12 goals this season. “I’ve got a lot of time for the club, and I’ve really enjoyed my time here. Getting the opportunity to extend my contract was good for me. Hopefully, the fans and the club will be happy about it as well, and I’ll be able to build on my performances this season and repay the club for having faith in me.” Defender Goodall, 32, signs a one-year contract extension. The reliable left back, has also featured at centre half this season, has played 61 games since joining the club in the summer of 2011. Goodall has scored 4 goals this season. “I’m absolutely delighted. I’ve spoke to the gaffer and I want success alongside my teammates. I have a Conference championship medal on my CV and I now want League 2 championship as well” commented Goodall. Manager Graham Alexander said his keeper can only improve on his top showing this term. “Scotty has played all but one game for me, with that missing game due to a suspension. We’ve got the second highest clean sheet record in League 2. He’s a fantastic character and goalkeeper, and I believe he’s the best at this level. He definitely can progress in his career, with his age and fantastic work ethic that he’s got.” Turning to defender Goodall the Town boss added, “It’s great to have someone like Alan on-board. You know exactly what he is going to deliver. That’s massively important as a manager because you know you have players on your team who can be relied.” “It’s great to know Junior believes in what we are doing here. He wants to play at a higher level and he knows he can do that with us,” said Alexander. Town’s longest serving player Nathan Pond signed a new, two year deal last month. The central defender will also benefit from a testimonial year after spending a 10th season at the club.

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