The Next Hartlepool United summer signing confirmed

A dynamic midfield player for Oldham Athletic, has officially joined Hartlepool United.
The 26-year-old, who joined Pools for an undisclosed cost, becomes Darren Sarll’s third summer acquisition.

Nathan Sheron, who can play defence or midfield, has been a member of Boundary Park for the past two years, where he has made 91 appearances and scored nine goals.

He made 46 games in his first season in Greater Manchester and 45 last season, when Oldham ended in tenth place. He has been a regular in both of his seasons in Greater Manchester.

Sheron progressed through the ranks at Liverpool before spending five years at Fleetwood, where he was loaned to Southport, Walsall, and St Mirren among other teams. He also made a few appearances in League One during his time there.

In the summer of 2021, he permanently left Lancashire and had a great year at Harrogate, making 22 starts in League Two.

After Halifax midfielder Jack Hunter and AFC Fylde attacker Luke Charman, he joins Sarll as their third summer addition.

Sheron also acknowledged, like the other new signings, that the play style of the new manager persuaded him to sign a contract with the North East.

He told the club’s website, “I’m proud to be here.”

“After talking with the manager, I was incredibly excited to come here because I love the way he wants the squad to play.

“I’m eager to get going since it seems like a nice location to be.

“The pitch and the stadium look tremendous and I’m really looking forward to the start of the season.”

Meanwhile, Darren Sarll was thrilled to have signed a player who he believes would give his team more vitality and enthusiasm for the upcoming campaign.

He stated: “To secure a truly great outcome, both sides have worked incredibly hard over a lengthy period of time, culminating in Nathan’s acquisition.

“I think Nathan’s best season is still to come while wearing a Hartlepool United shirt. He is in a pivotal point in his career.

“He will bring combativeness and a desire to dominate the middle third of the pitch, ensuring we have the energy to enable us to regain possession and attack quickly.

“When you look at Nathan’s background and the coaches he has worked for, it instantly showcases the type of resilience and character that he possesses.

“Myself and Joe Monks made Nathan a priority from the very start and it’s very promising that we are able to sign this calibre of player.

“His winning mentality further adds to the dressing room that is growing with these psychological attributes.

“The window has been slow, but it goes to show that the players we have identified to help us succeed are very much worth the wait.”

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