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Joint Morpeth Town manager Nick Gray believes the club have secured a quality signing in the form of Dan Lowson.
The goalkeeper joins from National League North side Spennymoor Town on a 30-day loan as cover for first choice keeper Karl Dryden, who is suffering from a hand injury and is expected to be out in the short term.
Signing a player like Lowson was a no-brainer for the club as he brings a wealth of experience following stints at Luton Town, Alfreton, Blyth Spartans and Ilkeston. After securing his signature, Gray was delighted with the acquisition.
“Dan is a safe pair of hands while Karl is out injured,” said the Morpeth manager.
“We’re gutted Karl is missing but Dan is a talented goalkeeper and we are sure he will do a great job for the club during his time here.”
The 29-year-old shot to fame when he scored from his own half in a 2016 FA Cup tie, which you can see below (courtesy of Beanyman Sports).