Strike duo sign for Shakers

Bury have bolstered their forward options with the double capture of Craig Fagan and Jonson Clarke-Harris.

Last Updated: 15/02/13 at 18:26

Craig Fagan: Joins the Shakers on a free transfer

Craig Fagan: Joins the Shakers on a free transfer

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Experienced frontman Fagan, who counts the likes of Birmingham, Derby and Hull among his former clubs, has signed a permanent contract until the end of the season.

He was most recently at Bradford last season, making 35 appearances and finding the net eight times before being released.

Clarke-Harris, meanwhile, has arrived on loan from Championship side Peterborough until the end of the campaign. It comes after he spent a month with Southend earlier this season.

Both players go straight into the Shakers squad to face Coventry at Gigg Lane this weekend.

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