Football: Kole Hall Makes Move To Chorley

June 12, 2024 | 0 Comments

[Written by Stephen Wright]

Bermuda forward Kole Hall has signed for Chorley following his departure from Vanarama National League North rivals Chester.

The 25-year-old, who made 41 appearances for Chester, scoring five goals, moved on loan to Scarborough Athletic in March, netting two goals in nine games.

He has previously featured for non-league teams City of Liverpool, Radcliffe, AFC Telford, Altrincham and Nantwich Town.

Hall played in the Bermuda national team’s recent Concacaf World Cup qualifiers away to Antigua and Barbuda and home to Honduras.

“I’m feeling fit and sharp as I’ve been playing football [for Bermuda],” Hall told the Chorley website.

“It was good exposure playing for my country and I loved every minute of it.”

He added: “Hopefully, I can help [Chorley] as much as possible, score as many goals as possible, and help the team push for promotion. I can’t wait to get going.”

Andy Preece, the Chorley manager, said he has long been an admirer of Hall’s attributes.

“Kole is a player I’ve come up against on a number of times and always thought he was someone I’d like to work with,” he said.

“He has all the attributes to be a top striker. We just need to help him put it all together. He’s an international and played well in the recent friendlies.

“I’m going to enjoy working with him as he’s a hungry lad who fits our profile.

“He’s strong, mobile and is very good technically, great characteristics in a striker.

“Another exciting player with huge potential.”

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