Fleetwood seal Hogan deal

Fleetwood have made their third summer signing of the close season, with Halifax defender Liam Hogan signing a two-year deal.

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The 24-year-old, who can operate at centre-back or right-back, has spent three years with the Blue Square South play-off winners and is looking forward to taking his first steps into League football.

"I am over the moon. I am really excited to be here," Hogan said. "Coming on the back of the success with Halifax what with going up as play-off winners and going up into the Conference.

"I think with Fleetwood you have a club that is going places like Halifax who have come up through the non-leagues to get where they are now.

"I am absolutely over the moon that I can take the opportunity with Fleetwood and hopefully I will have great time here."

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