Aberystwyth Town sign Victory Shield winner Scott Coughlan along with three
Aberystwyth Town have signed four players this week as they look to recruit for the upcoming season.
The Green and Black have lost players like Luke Sherbon and have since sought after replacements.
Jonny Spittle, Scott Coughlan, James Etherington and Joe Phillips have all arrived at Park Avenue.
Young center back Spittle joins Aberystwyth after being relegated with Airbus last season. He spent three seasons with the Wingmakers. but joined Llandudno on loan for the 2014-15 season 14 games for the Seasiders.
He played 44 games overall this season for Airbus chipping in with 2 goals in all competitions. He played 53 games over 3 years with the club.
22 year-old striker Joe Phillips also joins having signed from Stourport Swifts. This will be the Black and Greens third bit of business with the Swifts after signing center back Ryan Wollacott and goalkeeper Dom Richards (who later returned), last season.
Phillips scored 16 goals in 49 appearances last season for the Midland Football Premier League side and will boost the Seasiders striking options with Owen and Borrelli as the only current first team strikers at the club.
Aberystwyth Town will also welcome to the club both James Etherinngton and Scott Coughlan.
Etherington arrives having been on the books at National League side Wrexham, where during his time at the Racecourse, he was loaned out to now-relegated Cymru Alliance side. He is the younger cousin of former West Ham midfielder Matthew Etherington.
The 22 year-old right-back has also previously played for Ramsgate and Faversham Town.
The club have also brought in competition for the goalkeeping position as former Cardiff City U23s goalkeeper Scott Coughlan arrives from recently relegated English Premier League side Hull City.
The 18 year-old has experience at Wales U19s level and was part of the Wales side that won the Victory Shield for the Young Dragons back in 2014.
The club are also hosting a trial day for Ceredigion based players on the 18th July in a 11-a-side game.