Maidenhead United have added another player to their ranks marking their eighth signing of the summer.
Danny Whitehall was announced as having signed for the Magpies approximately an hour before yesterday’s fixture against Kuwait, in which he scored the only goal of the game from the penalty spot.
The 23-year-old striker brings a lot of experience to York Road. Spells at Liverpool, Rochdale and Southport are on his CV, but it’s his time in the United States of America which allowed him to make a name for himself.
Whitehall learned his skills at Hastings College, where he won Player of the Year in 2016. He also spent time at Nebraska Bugeaters FC, SIUE Cougars and Chattanooga FC before joining the Magpies.
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