Nathan Newall


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Nathan comes from Baildon and has previous experience with the junior teams at Leeds United and Blackburn Rovers.

He joined Guiseley in 2017.

His favourite players are Alexis Sanchez and Kyle Walker and his favourite team is Manchester United.

He wants to eventually be a pro player playing first team football.

He signed first team forms with Guiseley on 22nd September 2018 and was an unused substitute later that day in the FA Cup game at Staveley Miners Welfare.

On 3oth August 2019 Nathan signed a dual-registration deal with Frickley Athletic, the defender made his debut the day after at Carlton Town.

On 14th October 2019 Nathan signed a new contract with the club just two days after making his Lions debut in the 1-1 draw with Altrincham on Non League Day.

Nathan linked up with Ossett United on Friday 31st January for an initial one month loan to boost his experience of first team football.

On 23rd June 2020 we activated a one year extension in Nathan’s contract after his loan at Ossett United had come to a premature end following the season being cut short due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Nathan won the academy’s Manager’s Player of the Season Award at the end of the 19/20 campaign.

On the news of the extension Head of Academy Dave Currie said: “Nathan has been a pleasure to work with over the past couple of years in the Academy and has been outstanding at times this season. He has been with the club since 14 years-old and truly is one of our own. He now has to kick on and move from being a Young Lion to a fully-fledged Lion over the next season.”

Russ O’Neill said: “Nathan couldn’t have done any more in his time with the Academy. He had had a taste of first team football lower down the pyramid out on loan and he made his first team debut as well as training with us every week. I’ve told him to come back to training with the mindset that he is a first team player and not an Academy player who has been given a taste of the first team environment. I am really looking forward to hopefully seeing him flourish in this next big step in his development.”

On 27th October 2020 Nathan scored his first senior goal in a 1-1 draw at Boston United in the last minute, he went on to make his first start just under a month later on 21st November 2020 against Gloucester City.