Mossley joint bosses Peter Band and Lloyd Morrison have made another three signings this week as the squad rebuild continues.

Mitch Bryant (age 26) originally signed for the Lilywhites in August 2014 after moving to the Manchester area from the south of England. Starting out at Manchester United academy, he then joined Reading and became a first year professional in 2008.

During his time at Reading he was loaned out to Basingstoke Town in the Conference South and during that spell he notably scored a double hat-trick against Weymouth.

After leaving Reading he played for Gloucester City, Hungerford Town, Swindon Supermarine, Cirencester Town, Cambridge City, Frome Town, Royston Town and Hitchin Town.

His contract with Mossley AFC was cancelled by mutual consent in November 2015 and he signed for Trafford in December 2015. Spells with Bamber Bridge and Clitheroe followed but he has now re-signed for Mossley.

Sam Livesey (age 20) is a strong and mobile centre forward who has signed on a short term (1 month) loan from Salford City. Sam was previously a youth player with Preston North End has also had loan spells with Morecambe, Nelson, Bamber Bridge and Colne.

Omar Thompson (age 22) is a former Wigan Athletic versatile attacking player. Born in Miami, Omar has International honours for the USA having been capped at under 18's level.

Mitch Bryant

Sam Livesey

Omar Thompson