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Former Inter Milan and Inverness player Ben Greenhalgh back for a second spell at Maidstone United

11 August 2014
by Craig Tucker

Ben Greenhalgh is back at Maidstone Picture Martin Apps

Ben Greenhalgh is back at Maidstone Picture: Martin Apps

Ex-Inter Milan midfielder Ben Greenhalgh has rejoined Maidstone United.

The 22-year-old was a free agent after leaving Scottish Premiership side Inverness in the summer.

Greenhalgh had a brief spell with United during their Ryman League Division 1 South promotion season two years ago.

He went on to help Concord Rangers reach Conference South before moving to Scotland, making six appearances at Inverness before finishing last season on loan at Stenhousemuir.

Stones boss Jay Saunders said: "I am delighted to get Ben on board - he can play right across midfield as well as up top.

"He's gained a lot from his season in Scotland and also knows this level of football from his time with Concord."

Former Welling player Greenhalgh found fame after winning Sky 1 show Football's Next Star, earning a contract with Inter.

Greenhalgh needs international clearance before playing for Stones, which looks set to rule him out of the trip to VCD on Tuesday night.

United's other recent signing, ex-Gills striker Ashley Miller, is also waiting on international clearance after a brief spell in America.

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