Weale returns to Huish Park

Yeovil have completed the re-signing of former goalkeeper Chris Weale on a two-year deal.

Last Updated: 30/06/14 at 17:54

Chris Weale: Agrees to Yeovil return

Chris Weale: Agrees to Yeovil return

The 32-year-old, who became a hero to supporters during his 172 appearances between 2000 and 2006, arrives after a two-year spell with Shrewsbury.

This is a third spell at Huish Park for the former Bristol City man as he also returned for a 10-game loan spell in 2009 which saw him make national headlines with a goal against Hereford.

Weale, named in the Yeovil team of the decade, rejoined the club just minutes after the arrival of fellow keeper Artur Krysiak following his departure from Exeter.

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