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GLENN Rule is returning to Airbus UK Broughton, 18 months after leaving the Wingmakers to join Stockport County in the Narional League North.

The Hatters paid an undisclosed fee for the 27-year-old midfielder, whose season was cut short by injury and a 10-match FA ban for allegedly biting an opponent during a match against Stalybridge Celtic, limiting him to 21 appearances.

But he went on to win the goal of the season award for a stunning volley at Nuneaton early in the campaign.

A product of the youth academy at Chester City where he made some 28 appearances after making his debut as a substitute against Carlisle United in October 2007 as a 17-year old, Rule then had a brief spell at Colwyn Bay before joining Stalybridge for 2010/11, moving to Airbus in May 2011.

During his four-year spell with the Wingmakers, Rule scored 12 goals from 89 (+15) Welsh Premier League appearances and also played four times in the Europa League.