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Friday, May 20, 2005

Stansfield signs for next season

Adam Stansfield has signed a twelve month deal with Hereford United. The striker who scored over 20 goals last season put pen to paper yesterday.

The following is from the Non-League Paper:

Hereford striker Adam Stansfield has signed a new 12-month contract which will see him stay at Edgar Street for another season.

The ex-Yeovil man was the Bulls' top scorer in his first season with the club, netting 22 goals in all competitions. Only Morecambe's Michael Twiss and Guiliano Grazioli of Barnet scored more frequently last season.

Stansfield left Yeovil after failing to regain a regular first-term berth after breaking his leg against Gravesend and Northfleet on the opening day of the 2002-03 season.

He is the sixth Hereford player to agree new terms, following Simon Travis, Jamie Pitman, Danny Carey-Bertram, Andy Williams and Sam Gwynne.