By James Grayson (Twitter: @jamesAgrayson)
Neil Parsley has named three players that have agreed deals to join Farsley AFC.
Paddy Miller is arriving from Scarborough Athletic, while Matty Young and Anthony Lloyd return to Throstle Nest following spells with the old club Farsley Celtic.
Lloyd featured for Farsley in the opening stages of the 2007/08 Conference Premier season before leaving for York City.
He has since played for Guiseley, Stocksbridge Park Steels, Glasshoughton Welfare and last season Ossett Town and Parsley said: “Anthony comes with vast experience and fills a problem area that we have had Aaron Hardy left to join Guiseley.
“He’s a good fit in the jigsaw that we are trying to assemble.”
Popular midfielder Matty Young makes his comeback from Worksop Town having been a major part of the 2009/10 minus-ten squad that defied the odds.
Parsley said: “It is really pleasing that we have signed Matty and it is not even a gamble in my book.
“To get a player with his calibre and experience is a massive coup for the club.”
On Milller, who arrival was revealed last week on social networking sites, Parsley said: “Paddy played at Farsley as a young boy before he went to Yorkshire Amateur and then Scarborough.
“He was looking for a base closer to home and we had watched him in the second half of last season.
“He will give us competition on the left-side of the pitch.”
All three deals will be officially confirmed on July 1st when the Evo Stik Division One North registration window opens.
On the departures front, only Chris Walton has left so far.