Macclesfield Town are delighted to announce the signing of experienced 33-year-old midfielder Sam Walker on a one-year deal.
Sam joins the Silkmen from Stockport County, having helped The Hatters to the brink of a play-off berth in last seasons curtailed National League.
After starting his career at Oldham Athletic, Sam's career really took off during a four-year spell with Curzon Ashton.
Within which time, Sam was given the captain's armband and amassed over 200 appearances for The Nash - scoring 41 goals, as the Tameside outfit claimed back-to-back promotions.
Sam's performances and leadership skills attracted interest from higher up the football pyramid and he would ultimately progress his career by moving to FC Halifax Town in the summer of 2015.
Walker made 18 apperances for The Shaymen, scoring three goals and representing the West Yorkshire outfit in their FA Trophy Final victory over Grimsby Town at Wembley Stadium.
The following summer, Sam concluded a move to Salford City for an undisclosed fee.
Helping The Ammies reach the National League North Play-Offs, Sam then secured an initial two-year contract at Stockport County.
The cultured midfielder would make 35 appearances for The Hatters prior to his release this summer - scoring on ten occasions as The Hatters secured promotion back to the National League.
We would like to offer Sam a warm welcome to the Moss Rose and wish him every success during his time at the Club.