The former Peterborough United, Barnet and Darlington attacking midfielder Jordan Nicholson has joined Hereford.

Nicholson, 26, featured against the Bulls for Darlington last season, and impressed Marc Richards the Hereford head coach, “Jordan tied us up in knots when we played against him last season, he’s a very exciting attack-minded player.

“He’s got a good left foot and can play anywhere in that attacking midfield role”.

Originally at Cambridge City, Nicholson progressed through local sides Sawston and Eynesbury before impressing at Histon in 2015. This brought a move to League One Peterborough United, and subsequently to Barnet, then in League Two.

In the 2017/18 campaign he enjoyed a spell on loan at Brackley Town before another permanent move to Darlington.

Nicholson scored 11 goals in 43 first team appearances for Darlington in the Vanarama National League North campaign last term, but there appears to be an element of “cost-cutting” at the Quakers this summer, and was allowed to leave “by mutual consent”.

The midfielder commuted to the North-East from the Peterborough area, so is expected to relocate nearer to Hereford and the South Midlands.

Here at Talking Bull we welcome Jordan to the club, and wish him every success.

By Editor

Lifelong Hereford supporter who has endured the rise and fall of the club through progressive generations. Sports journalist, broadcaster and commentator who will never forget his Edgar Street roots.

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