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Priestley settles back into fold at Farsley
Farsley hope striker Adam Priestley will be firing on all cylinders when his second coming continues at Northwich Victoria on Saturday.
Priestley left to join Conference North neighbours Guiseley in the summer but a change of manager for the Lions left him out of the picture.
Parsley said: “Adam has come back in a permanent move, he is not here on loan. He found himself surplus to requirements at Guiseley and fair play to them in assisting his registration release to go through so smoothly.
“He will add something to the squad up front and I’m glad to have him back.
“With Aiden (Savory) carrying a little injury at the moment it was a good time to get Adam back and he went straight back into the squad.”
Priestley played in Saturday’s FA Trophy defeat at Kendal and the midweek West Riding County Cup win at Goole AFC.
However, he picked up a straight red card in the last few minutes and Parsley will lose him shortly to a three-game ban.
He is available for Saturday, however, while Savory’s hamstring injury sees him rated as ‘touch and go’ by his manager.
Farsley head to Northwich looking for a result that will keep them in front of their Evo-Stik Division One promotion rivals.
The clubs have played ten games, so are just into the second quarter of the season, and just one point separates them.
Neil Parsley’s men are fifth, while the Vics are two places lower.
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