Seagulls sign two players

Andy Gurney was forced to delve into the transfer market again last week to ease the strain on his injury-hit squad.

Andy Gurney was forced to delve into the transfer market again last week to ease the strain on his injury-hit squad.

He raided cash-strapped Blue Square Premier side Salisbury City to capture the signing of utility man Scott Bartlett on a two-year deal.

Bartlett was released by The Whites after making 400 appearances in a nine-year spell at the Raymond McEnhill Stadium.

A first team regular at a higher level than the Seagulls, the 29-year-old will add valuable experience to Gurney's squad and played on the right side of midfield against Fisher.


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Gurney has also brought in defender Alex Kite from his former club Bristol Rovers on a one-month loan deal.

The 19-year-old centre-back was on the bench for Saturday's game against Fisher Athletic, but could be thrown into the side this weekend to replace suspended captain Charlie Comyn-Platt.

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He is the son of former Pirates and Gillingham goalkeeper Phil, who is currently physio at the Memorial Stadium.

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