The Manchester Crows have signed 5 new players in the run-up to the 2018 season and the challenge of the newly formed BAFA Premiership. An active offseason saw The Crows hosting multiple rookie events and social activities, with upward of 30 prospective players.
Connor Bradley joined the team from the Staffordshire Surge at the very end of the 2017 season. He’ll be looking forward to his first game action early next month.
Matthew Gett joins the team all the way from sunny Australia by way of the USA, where he has experience playing contact football in the American school system.
Both Rory Fitzpatrick and Ian Scotland join the team after enjoying some well earned post-University breaks from the sport.
Rob Foster joins the team new to American Football, but familiar with Lady Gaga’s Superbowl performance.
The Crows said goodbye to 2 members of the #CrowNation at the end of 2017, both of whom are moving away to pastures new.
Ronan McAleenan played CB for the team for 2 seasons but now resides in London, and Zalan Toth has returned home to Hungary to put his pass rush skills to good use. Both will be welcomed back.