Bradford City striker Louie Swain’s loan deal at Nethermoor has been extended until 26th December. Swain, who has impressed at Guiseley his strength and presence for such a young player, is thought by his parent club to be benefiting from being involved with first team football. Along with Alex Johnson, now signed permanently following his initial loan spell, Swain has helped to reinvigorate the forward line in recent weeks.
Speaking at Wednesday’s Meet The Manager evening, chief executive Adie Towers said that a loan extension would be good for all involved, and so the club is pleased to be able to announce a further two months on top of his initial one month deal.
We can also confirm that Academy goalkeeper Conor Crossley, who has impressed since signing for Dave Currie’s young Lions in the summer, has been signed on as the first team’s third keeper, should he be required as backup to Steven Drench and Steve Dickinson.