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09 May 2017 : Danny O'Brien and Michael Simpson will be back next season

Two players contesting the right back position at Runcorn Linnets have again thrown their hats into the ring for the 2017-18 campaign.

Danny O'Brien and Michael Simpson are both integral parts of manager Michael Ellison's plans.

Not only are they are accomplished full backs but they are just as comfortable in midfield.

It was as a holding player in the centre of the park that Danny joined the club last summer from Hallmark Security League rivals, Cammell Laird 1907 before a long-term injury to Jay Roberts led to Danny filling the role on the right of defence.

Danny did an excellent job but has also reverted to his defensive midfield berth on occasions.

Boss Ellison said: 'Danny has had an excellent first season with us. He is very accomplished and confident in possession while also being strong and hard to knock off the ball.

'Most importantly, he is a very good defender, who just gets on with the job with the minimum of fuss. As he has shown from time to time, he has a powerful shot on him too.'

Michael, a graduate of the Academy at Bury, returned to Runcorn Linnets in December for a third spell and soon made the four appearances he needed for 100 in the Yellow and Green.

The utility man has, with his high-octane displays, also added to his goal tally - the highlight in 2016-17 being his late equaliser which set up a memorable win at Bootle.

Ellison said: 'Simmo is one of those players who bursts with energy and has again been top drawer since coming back to us from Prescot Cables.

'With Adam Wade moving to Singapore and (assistant manager) Matt (Cross) and I having also retired, Simmo and Mark Houghton are now the only members of our 2013 North West Challenge Cup winning team still playing for the club.

'I hope that they can help us to more silverware in the coming season.'

Recent Headlines

22 Nov : 'Once a Linnet, Always a Linnet' on sale before Saturday's home game

20 Nov : Runcorn lose to Stockport Town 2-1

20 Nov : Cheshire Senior Cup tie with Crewe Alexandra confirmed for Jan 10th

18 Nov : Runcorn beat Northwich Victoria 4-2

18 Nov : Linnets sign goalkeeper Germano Mendes and midfielder Tom Molyneux

17 Nov : New spectator entrance and toilet facilities in use as Vics visit The Millbank Linnets Stadium

16 Nov : Linnets paired with visiting Crewe in Senior Cup

14 Nov : Armistice Day collection at Runcorn Linnets boosts Poppy Appeal

13 Nov : Replay winners will be home to Marske United

11 Nov : Runcorn draw with Sunderland RCA FC 1-1

10 Nov : Welcome back to Warren Bellew

07 Nov : Runcorn beat Congleton Town 0-1

04 Nov : Danny O'Brien takes October's Millbank Player of the Month award at Runcorn Linnets

04 Nov : Runcorn beat West Didsbury & Chorlton 7-0

31 Oct : Runcorn lose to Irlam 1-0

31 Oct : New souvenir booklet celebrates 100 years of the footballing Linnets

28 Oct : Runcorn draw with Barnoldswick Town 1-1

26 Oct : Runcorn Linnets snap up young forward Rio Gill

24 Oct : Runcorn beat Team Northumbria 3-2

23 Oct : Home draw for winners of Vase replay

21 Oct : Runcorn draw with Team Northumbria 1-1

19 Oct : Runcorn Linnets' opening Macron Cup tie is confirmed

19 Oct : Chris Lawton returns to Linnets from Vics

17 Oct : Fan from the Far East fulfills dream by visiting Runcorn Linnets

14 Oct : Runcorn beat Burscough 0-1

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