Cwmbran Celtic re-sign high-scoring striker Bull
Cwmbran Celtic have announced the return of prolific goal scorer Josh Bull who returns to the Celtic Park for his third spell.
The 24-year old left Cwmbran to join Merthyr back in March and was part of the side that almost achieved promotion to the Vanarama National League South, losing narrowly to Hitchin on penalties.
Bull made an immediate impact when signing for the Martyrs, scoring one and setting up one on his debut.
Celtic announced on Twitter that Bull would be returning to the club following his departure from Merthyr Town after leaving due to work commitments.
“Josh has become a very sort-after centre-forward, we welcome him back with open arms.” said the Cwmbran Celtic Twitter page.
— Cwmbran Celtic (@CwmbranCeltic1) May 28, 2017
Cwmbran Celtic will be hoping Bull will continue his high-scoring form into next season after his return after scoring 17 goals for the Yellows last season. This was on top of his 25 goals he scored in 17 appearances for Celtic in the previous season.
Bull played a part in the Cwmbran Celtic ‘Past v Present’ match which was organised by long-term servant of the club Rakesh Patel who organised this charity match to raise funds for Bradley Lowery, raising £1358 so far.
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