After being an integral part of our odds-defying EFL survival last season, Macclesfield Town are delighted to announce that defender Fiacre Kelleher has returned to the Moss Rose on a one-year contract.
The 23-year-old Irishman proved to be an invaluable asset to the club both on and off the field during the last campaign and this unquestionably adhered him to team-mates, staff and supporters alike.
Making a total of 42 appearances in all competitions last term, Fiacre's infectious personality infiltrated throughout the whole club. In addition to this, he developed into an absolute warrior on the pitch with a string of passionate showings that oozed belief and defiance.
The Cork-born defender started his career at Avondale United, before signing for Scottish Premier League giants Celtic in 2012.
Kelleher would progress through the youth ranks at Celtic Park, before turning professional in 2016.
A loan move to Scottish League Division One side Peterhead followed, before he moved south of the border in June 2017 to sign for Oxford United.
The former Republic of Ireland youth international then went on loan to Solihull Moors, before agreeing a season-long loan with The Silkmen last summer.
We are thrilled to have Fiacre back at the Moss Rose and wish him every success during the forthcoming campaign.
We will be catching up with Fiacre and getting his take on returning to the Moss Rose tomorrow morning.