AFC Fylde are thrilled to announce the signing of full back Bryce Hosannah on a permanent deal.

Returning to the club following a strong spell last season, Hosannah joins the Coasters as a free agent following the expiry of his contract at Wrexham.

The pacey and versatile Hosannah began his career at Crystal Palace, before moving to Elland Road and Leeds United in 2017.

Bryce played regularly for Leeds’ Under-23’s team and spent time out on loan at Bradford City before his move to Wrexham.

Hosannah was the last addition of the ten that Phil Parkinson brought into Wrexham during the summer of 2021.

The club has worked incredibly hard to get this deal over the line and are aware of the capabilities that Bryce can bring to the squad.

Following putting pen to paper, Hosannah commented:

“I’m feeling very positive about the move and the upcoming season”

“When I joined the club half-way through last season, the club weren’t in the best place, but I quickly found my feet and started to focus on getting the Coasters out of the trouble we were in”

“I’m really hoping that I can continue to improve on a personal level and us also as a team, we were on an upward trajectory at the end of last season and I want nothing more than to continue that.”

Delighted to conclude the deal, Chris Beech commented:

“Bryce has been brilliant for us, he’s a great lad, with personality, who’s a really good football player too. I have no doubt he’ll add great competition to the current squad.”

“He adds great strength to our defensive capabilities and showed that as he excelled in matches last season. He really suits our style of play.”

“The squad always evolves, but it’s important to have some continuity, Bryce brings this to us.”

“We always defend as a team, and one thing I want our side to improve on is transitions and game management, Bryce definitely makes us stronger in that.”

“The bottom line is I am delighted that he has signed!”

Welcome home, Bryce!