01 Aug 2020 in News
Town sign former Macclesfield professional
Wythenshawe Town have signed former professional Mike Thomas, who has already made a great impression on the squad.
He is a versatile centre-half/central-midfielder who made 10 appearances for Macclesfield Town between 2009 and 2012 before joining Colwyn Bay, Leek Town and then Mossley.
But never for his local club, until now. Head coach James Kinsey has described the signing as a “real find” believing he is somebody that fits in well with the club ethos.
Kinsey said: “He’s a real leader which is something we look for in all of our lads. He hasn’t shutup since his first session, but I’ve got a lot of time for that.”
And Town’s coach then praised Thomas for being the modern-day ball-playing centre-half, who expects nothing but the best.
“His demands of everyone when in game related sessions are very high,” he added. “He’s so comfortable on the ball, which is important for centre half’s in the game these days.
“You know someone’s settling well when lads are talking positively about them all the time. That’s the case so far with him.”
However this is just one of three great additions to the squad today following the announcements of Eddie Cooper and Sam Jones.
So with sights now firmly on the season start, it looks to be another strong year for promotion-chasing Town who are building a really strong squad.
- Edward Hardy