Kole Hall signs for Chester FC
Kole Hall says he is excited and keen to give his all after signing for Chester, of the Vanarama National League North.
The club announced the Bermuda forward has joined Calum McIntyre’s side for the 2022-23 season after agreeing to the terms of an undisclosed deal.
“I just want to thank the gaffer for bringing me in,” Hall stated in a club press release. “I’m excited to have joined such a great club with high ambitions; I can’t wait to start playing in front of the fans and giving my all for the club.”
The player also took to social media to express his joy over joining the club.
“Looking forward to this new chapter, can’t wait to get started,” he posted on his Twitter account.
McIntyre has kept tabs on Hall for some time and is delighted to have finally secured his services.
“I am really pleased to bring Kole on board with us for the coming season,” he said. “He is a player that has impressed me in recent seasons, and I was really keen to work with him.
“Kole has a real athletic profile and his combination play as well as his threat in front of goal makes him a real asset.
“It is clear we needed a physical presence in the front line and I’m really excited to have Kole with us for the season.”
Chester finished sixteenth in the National League North, the sixth tier of the English football pyramid, last season.
Hall ended the previous season on dual registration with National League side Altrincham and Northern Premier Division club Nantwich Town.
He has also had previous stints at Tranmere Rovers, City of Liverpool, Radcliffe and Telford United.
The 23-year-old has been capped three times for Bermuda, notching a maiden international goal in a 1-1 stalemate with the Cayman Islands.
He is named in the 31-man squad for the upcoming Concacaf Nations League matches.
Bermuda will host Haiti in their first match in group B of League B at the Flora Duffy Stadium on Saturday, beginning at 6pm.
Montserrat and Guyana are the other teams in the group.