AFC Fylde defender signs new contract

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Harry Davis has signed a new one-year deal with AFC Fylde as they prepare for the 2024/25 National League season.

The 32-year-old was one of six players offered new terms by the Coasters upon the conclusion of their 2023/24 campaign.

He becomes the second of those half-dozen to put pen to paper, following on from Bryce Hosannah’s new deal at Mill Farm.

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Davis, who played 35 league games last season as Fylde finished 18th, told the club website: “I’m really pleased to be staying with the club for another year and excited for what this season holds, working with Beechy (head coach Chris Beech) and what he is building here.”

Harry Davis (left) has signed a new deal with AFC Fylde Picture: Steve McLellanHarry Davis (left) has signed a new deal with AFC Fylde Picture: Steve McLellan
Harry Davis (left) has signed a new deal with AFC Fylde Picture: Steve McLellan
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Twenty-eight of those 35 matches came under Chris Beech, who was happy to have landed his man as he reshapes the Mill Farm playing staff.

Beech added: “Harry excelled at the centre of defence, showing old, traditional defensive traits, while also expressing his capability to handle the ball and play out with purpose.

“Aligned with his football skills, Harry recognised our position in the league, taking head-on the challenge with personality and character to change our outcome for the better.

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“His commitment and influence on the culture we encouraged helped the club grow a mindset to being harder to play against, both individually and collectively, while also understanding that winning matters.

“I’m sure that the Coasters fans will join me in wishing Harry well, joining up with his team-mates for the 2024/25 season as we build a squad to take on the National League together.”