Linnets sign two more

King's Lynn manager Carl Heggs made it 12 new signings in less than a month at the weekend as two more players joined his Walks revolution. The recently appointed Linnets boss now has a complete new team at his disposal after snapping up left-winger David Galbraith, who has Football League experience with Northampton Town, and left-back Stephan Morley.

King's Lynn manager Carl Heggs made it 12 new signings in less than a month at the weekend as two more players joined his Walks revolution. The recently appointed Linnets boss now has a complete new team at his disposal after snapping up left-winger David Galbraith, who has Football League experience with Northampton Town, and left-back Stephan Morley. Galbraith, a former Tottenham Youth player, spent two years with the Cobblers, making 29 league appearances and scoring one goal, before moving on to Boston United and then Kettering. He scored on his debut for the Poppies in a 5-2 win over Southport in January 2007 but spent most of last season on the treatment table and was released by Conference outfit in March. Morley arrives at the Walks from Southern League side Rugby Town, where he was named player of the season for 2008-9.