CODDINGTON | Keeper Luke Returns To The Racecourse

Macclesfield Town
Posted:Sat 16 Sep 2017

Manager Dean Keates has turned to one of his former players to help the club out following a run of goalkeeping injures, as he brings in Luke Coddington for a second loan spell.

The former Middlesbrough player originally joined us from Huddersfield Town last November, following injuries to Shwan Jalal and Chris Dunn at North Ferriby.

He went on to play five games in a month, which included two penalty saves and that pulsating 3-1 home success over future title winners Forest Green Rovers.

Having then returned across the Pennines, the 22-year-old left Huddersfield following the Terriers’ promotion to the Premier League and switched to League One Northampton Town.

He has played twice for the Cobblers this season and now joins the Dragons on a month’s loan to bring us back up to having two senior keepers alongside recent signing Callum Preston, both lads being recruited following the problems suffered by Chris Dunn and Christian Dibble.

Luke has received his ITC and registered by the National League, making eligible for this afternoon’s game with Guiseley.


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