The Bulls are thrilled to announce 2020/21 A-League Championship winning midfielder and winger, Craig Noone will join the club on a two-year deal.
One of the most dangerous players in the 2020/21 season, the 33-year-old provided 8 goal assists and added 6 goals to his name.
“The football knowledge Craig will bring to us will be enormous.” Head Coach, Ante Milicic said.
“He is extremely versatile. A player who can play on both left and right sides of the pitch, giving us plenty of flexibility and threat in our front third.
“Craig is the type of player that can add a lot into our attack.” Milicic added.
Speaking to Macarthurfc.com.au, Noone said he is excited to join the Campbelltown based side.
“Speaking with Ante about his vision for the upcoming season, I’m looking forward to this exciting new challenge with the Bulls.” Noone said.
“After seeing what the Bulls achieved in their debut season, I was very impressed.”
“Ante’s style of play is really appealing to me, and I cannot wait to contribute this season.”
“I can’t wait to experience the cowbells ringing at Campbelltown Stadium.” Noone added.
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