Ex-Luton captain McNulty signs for Witton Albion as Senior heads to Halifax

Steve McNulty during his time with LutonSteve McNulty during his time with Luton
Steve McNulty during his time with Luton
Moves for two former Hattters

Former Luton defender Steve McNulty has signed for Northern Premier League Premier Division side Witton Albion.

The 36-year-old moved to Kenilworth Road from Fleetwood Town in January 2013, making 125 appearances and scoring two goals as Luton won promotion back to the Football League, where was voted into the PFA League Two Team of the Season.

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He eventually left to join Tranmere Rovers in October 2015, before a spell at York City, until joining Albion last week.

On the move, McNulty told the official club website: "I had some offers to stay full-time but I chose to join Witton because two good friends are in charge, people I've known for more than 20 years.

"It's a good club with a good squad that I think can push for promotion this year. The management team are both very ambitious, as am I.

"I'm looking to make the transition into coaching and to pass on some of the experience I have gained over my career, so it was a good fit for both parties."

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Ex-Town full back Jack Senior has join has returned to his home town club, signing for National League side Halifax Town.

The 23-year-old joined Luton from Huddersfield Town in August 2016, featuring 24 times, before his release in the summer of 2019, spending last season at Gloucester City.

Finally, former Hatters midfielder Jonathan Smith has signed a new one-year contract with National League side Chesterfield.

He tweeted: "Buzzing to have agreed a new deal at @ChesterfieldFC.

"This will be my 16th season as a professional and I'm as hungry as ever to help the club push on."

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