Striker Michael Gash has become the latest member of last season’s King’s Lynn Town squad to agree a Walks return for next season.
The 33 year old big forward has played a big part of the success achieved over the past few seasons and will be forever remembered for his extra time winner at Warrington in the ‘super play off final’ more than a year ago.
Gash joined The Walks set-up in July 2017 following a career that has seen action at clubs such as York City, Kidderminster, Cambridge United and Barnet. He has found the back of the net 36 times in his three season’s with Lynn.
Speaking on Michael Gash’s return to The Linnets, for the new season, the club’s director of football Rob Back said: “With Michael it’s not only about the goals he brings to the team, it’s all the other aspects like the hold up play, the tracking back and the general nuisance he causes to the opposition.
“He must be a real pain to play against not only with his size but the skill and know how he has. The football management were all keen to get him back to King’s Lynn for next season and to say we are all very pleased Michael has agreed to come back would be an understatement.
“We are continuing to make progress and we will keep everyone updated over the coming weeks.”