Crosbie tempts former Hares star Michael Anker into March Town United return

16:21 26 October 2012

Paul Crosbie has tempted Michael Anker to return to the GER.

Paul Crosbie has tempted Michael Anker to return to the GER.


HARES boss Paul Crosbie has tempted Michael Anker into returning to March Town United.

The versatile star, who can play in defence of midfield, has re-signed for the Hares a year after he left the GER. He was most recently with Peterborough Northern Star.

Anker has played a key role in former March sides, impressing as an energetic full back under Jamie Weston in 2009/10.

Crosbie admitted he was delighted to have him back on board.

“Mikey came to pre-season with us,” he said. “He is an ex-Hare who is highly-regarded.

“He can play midfield or defence and he’s a cultured footballer. He also wants to become part of what I’m building.”

March host Ipswich Wanderers in the Thurlow Nunn First Division tomorrow.

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