MEET THE TEAM
Harry came through the ranks at Manchester United before joining Burnley where he played at U19’s and U21 level. He played last season at Welsh outfit Flint Town
Harry joined Farsley Celtic this summer, and is on loan to the reds until December 31.
A former Academy player with Preston North End. Ellis is a young versatile player who can operate as a central defender or a right back. Now in his second season with the reds.
A new signing for Colne F C joining from Clitheroe have played for their U23 team under
our Manager Paul Weller. A working & strong defender who like to drive forward to
support the attack.
Young central defender good aerial ability solid and confident. Has a wicked cross and bags of stamina. Previously with Blackpool.
Recently signed a new contract with the reds, keeping him at Holt House until the Summer of 2024
Former Nelson & Clitheroe left back Sam has pledge future in signing for Colne F C having previously played for Paul at Clitheroe. Technically composed defender with good athleticism to drive forward & support. Sam has good NWCFL experience that will be vital to the club this season.
Matty joined the reds last season from Accrington Stanley where he has spent the last ten years, although Matty was born in Poland he has lived in the local area for 10 years. Matty will combine his football with studying to be a physiotherapist.
Alex is a central midfielder who hails from Salford and was the first Academy graduate to play in The Ammies’ first team, going on to make several appearances.
Alex Joined the reds on loan last season and now joins the reds permanently.
Hasler-Cregg, 25, started at Burnley before moving to Rochdale as a scholar.
Billy had loans spells at Droylsden and Altrincham, before moving to the latter permanently. Billy joins for his second spell with the reds.
Blessing joined the reds from Clitheroe where he progressed through their youth set up.
Teaming up with former Under 18's manager, Paul Weller, Blessing is a talented midfielder who is always looking to cause the opposition problems.
Owen became a fans favourite following his move from Marine last season. A former scholar at Blackpool who leads by example both on and off the field. He was quick to agree new terms with Paul following last season relegation. Known for his whole hearted and committed approach to the game.