Chester Football Club are delighted to announce that midfielder George Glendon has put pen to paper with the Blues.
The 24-year-old has signed an 18-month deal at the 1885 Arena in what is seen as a real coup by Blues bosses Anthony Johnson and Bernard Morley to tie a key player down for the future.
Glendon initially arrived on a short-term basis in August 2018. He made his debut in the loss at Spennymoor but impressed the Blues faithful in his first four games.
It was then announced Glendon had signed up for the immediate future with the club, despite interest higher up the pyramid.
Three consecutive Man of the Match awards would follow for George for the Blues between the end of September and middle of October – as he notched his first goal for the club in the process against Leamington.
On tonight’s big news, Joint Boss Anthony Johnson said: “As Managers, it goes a long way that he wants to plan long term with myself and Bern.
“But also it shows what the football club is about. To get someone of his calibre enjoying his football here wanting to commit to Chester long term says all it needs to about this club.”
Glendon has made 26 appearances for Chester in all competitions since his arrival.
Great to have you staying on board, George!