Source: Chester Chronicle
By Paul Wheelock
BLUES boss Neil Young tonight pulled off another major transfer coup by completing the capture of former FC United of Manchester goal-machine Kyle Wilson.
The 24-year-old striker goes straight into the squad for Saturday’s clash with Prescot Cables at the Exacta Stadium (3pm).
Wilson, who started his career at Crewe Alexandra, was one of the top-scorers in the 2008-09 Evo-Stik League Premier Division campaign, with his stunning return of 24 goals in 32 games earning him a move from FC United to the Football League with Macclesfield Town.
The move did not work out, however, and he was released by the Silkmen at the end of last season.
Young – still waiting on a decision from Southport defender Rob Marsh-Evans – wanted Wilson in the summer before he signed for Hyde United in the Blue Square North.
But having gone to watch Wilson on Monday night, Young has now got his man.