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01 Oct 2020
© Stephen Hamilton/Crusaders FC Adam Lecky
Crusaders have announced the signing of striker Adam Lecky from Ballymena United on a three-year contract.
The 29-year-old makes the switch to Seaview as part of a deal which sees Paul McElroy move in the other direction.
Lecky spent a couple of years at Ballymena during which time he helped the Sky Blues finish second in the table, qualify for Europe and reach numerous cup finals. Prior to that he spent a short time playing in Australia after cutting his teeth at Ballinamallard United and Dergview.
Crues boss Stephen Baxter expressed his delight at the signing.
"We are thrilled to get a player of Adam's quality to come here," he said.
"He has proven at the highest level the calibre of player that he is and he is a handful for any defence. We have brought Adam here to score goals and we have a lot of quality players who will provide that service to him."