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.

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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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