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Jackson joins Bury overhaul

Bury have completed the transfer of ex-Hereford United striker Marlon Jackson on a one-year deal.

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Marlon Jackson: Signs for Bury

Marlon Jackson: Signs for Bury

The 22-year-old former Bristol City youth product becomes Kevin Blackwell's 17th summer signing as the former Leeds boss looks for an instant return to Sky Bet League One.

Jackson spent last term at Hereford where he notched seven goals in 12 starts and joins the likes of Ashley Grimes, Gareth Roberts and Nathan Cameron at Gigg Lane in time for the new season.

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