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Bishop Auckland FC are pleased to announce the signing of Morghan Claydon

Morghan is a local player aged 20 year old and has been playing as a centre forward in Bishop Auckland Under 23 squad.

Morghan is the

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Very disappointing in the result last Saturday in a game we should have won!

I was in the changing rooms after the game Saturday and saw how disappointed they all were in a game they knew they should have won.

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Bishop Auckland FC are pleased to announce and welcome the signing of James Twinn.

James is a 6ft 2in, 20 year old defender and a local Bishop player from Rush Park who has been at St Marys since he was

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Bishop Auckland FC are very pleased to announce the appointment of Gillian Hilton as Commercial manager. 
 
Gillian will be responsible for seeking commercial opportunities with sponsorship, promotions, sales, marketing and hospitality packages.
 
Gillian has a wealth of
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The Board of Directors of Bishop Auckland Football Club are delighted to announce the appointment of Steve Coulthard as Interim Chairman. Steve – a current Bishops’ Director (and ex-player) is a well known and hugely popular figure in Bishop Auckland,

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Bishop Auckland FC are pleased to announce the signing of Kyle Patton & Ricky Fenwick

Kyle is an attacking forward who previously played for Durham City, Whitley Bay, finishing last season at Shildon.

Manager Ian commented “Kyle Patton

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Bishop Auckland FC are pleased to announce and welcome the signing of Grant Hickman, Connor Short and Ryan Robinson.

Grant Hickman, an experienced defender, previously with Newton Acliffe and West Auckland, a solid no nonsense defender in an

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The club is pleased to announce the re-signing of Aidan Hart.

Manager Ian had this to say “Aidan has been the bright light from last season’s disappointments, his progression from the St Mary’s college team to the fringes of the

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