WELSH PREMIER FOOTBALL

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PHIL Marsh, who made one League Cup appearance for Manchester United, has joined Cefn Druids from Ashton United.

The 28-year-old journeyman striker started his career at Old Trafford before moving down the ladder to join Blackpool and later moved into non-league football, joining Northwich Victoria in 2008. 

Later that year, Marsh had a short spell with Conference North side Hyde United before leaving after only making five appearances.

He move to Leigh Genesis where he stayed until March 2009 before being released and subsequently joining FC United of Manchester where he spent a season before moving back to Tameside to join Stalybridge Celtic at the start of the 2010/11 season.

Marsh finished his first year at Celtic as the club's top goalscorer and, in the summer of 2012, signed for Forest Green Rovers, signing a two-year contract with the Conference National club.

After finding his first-team opportunities limited, he joined Hereford United on a one-month loan deal in October 2012

Marsh and Forest Green came to a mutual agreement to terminate his contract early and he left the club in January 2013, rejoining Guiseley in the summer, moving to Barrow on-loan at the start of this year.

He signed with Northern Premier League Division One North club Salford City in August but moved to Ashton United a month later.

Along with manager John Keegan's other recent signings, Neil Harvey and Chris Sanna, Marsh will be available for selection once the transfer window opens in January.