Hughes Makes Long-Distance Move From Essex To County Durham

Darlington have signed midfielder Liam Hughes from Billericay Town.

Hughes, 25, is an attacking midfielder who started his career at Cambridge United, for whom he made 177 appearances in the National League and League Two, scoring 14 goals, and also played and scored for them in the National League Promotion Final against Gateshead in 2014.

He also played for Cambridge in their Emirates FA Cup tie against Manchester United in January 2015.

He then moved on to the Scottish Premiership with Inverness Caledonian Thistle in January 2016 and made eleven appearances for them, before returning to England and signing for Barrow AFC, for whom he played forty-two times in the National League.

After a brief spell at Guiseley AFC, he then moved to Essex and joined ambitious Billericay, helping them to win promotion to the National League South from the Bostik League Premier in the season just ended.

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