Football News Update: Barrow Midfielder Sam Foley Signs New Contract

In a significant move for the football club, Barrow midfielder Sam Foley has signed a new deal that will keep him at the club until 2025. The 37-year-old veteran, known for his extensive league experience, has been a consistent presence in the Bluebirds’ lineup since joining them in 2022, making 92 appearances in all competitions.

Foley’s footballing journey has spanned over a decade, with over 500 appearances in the EFL and National League since his league debut for Yeovil Town in 2012. He has played for various clubs, including Newport, Yeovil Town, Port Vale, and Northampton, and even spent two seasons in the Scottish Premiership with St Mirren, where he was named the club’s player of the year.

Notably, Foley played a crucial role in helping Yeovil Town secure promotion to the Championship in the 2012-13 season, further cementing his reputation as a valuable asset on the pitch.

Barrow’s sporting director, Iain Wood, expressed the club’s delight in securing Foley’s services for the long term. He stated, “Last season, Sam clearly demonstrated the immense value he brings to the squad. He is still eager to continue playing and making a significant contribution to the team, and his extensive experience is truly invaluable to the younger members of the squad.”

This news will undoubtedly be welcomed by Barrow’s supporters, who have witnessed Foley’s leadership and experience on the field. As the team prepares for the upcoming Euro 2024, Champions League, FIFA World Cup, Women’s World Cup, and domestic league campaigns, Foley’s continued presence will be crucial in guiding the Bluebirds to success.

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