Striker Justin Rowe signs for King's Lynn

Paddy Davitt King's Lynn manager Carl Heggs has boosted his attacking options with a move for long time target Justin Rowe. The former Sutton Coldfield, Halesowen and Evesham striker goes straight into Lynn's squad on Saturday.

Paddy Davitt

King's Lynn manager Carl Heggs has boosted his attacking options with a move for long time target Justin Rowe. The former Sutton Coldfield, Halesowen and Evesham striker goes straight into Lynn's squad on Saturday.

"He is quick, fast and has got everything you need so hopefully I can get the best out of him," said Heggs. "I'll try and give him 30 minutes off the bench against Durham. I tried to sign him three times when I was at Redditch but Sutton Coldfield wanted money for him. He went for a five figure sum to Halesowen so he certainly has something about him and he's just what I want right now.

"Evesham have done me a favour because we put seven days in and they waivered it. He did his Achilles recently - not a bad one, just a tweak - but he is over that now. I've also been told Jason Bradley will be back with us in three weeks from Mansfield if he doesn't get any injury setbacks so things are looking up."


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