Midfielder Charley Edge has become the first new addition to arrive in Ceredigion after completing his move to Aberystwyth Town.
Aber born Edge joins Anthony Williams’ squad after moving from former Cymru Premier outfit Cefn Druids, for whom he impressed, despite the Ancients suffering two difficult terms in the Welsh Top Flight.
25 year old Edge was born in Ceredigion and attended St Padarns school in the area before making moving to Shropshire.
The versatile midfielder has earned international honours having been capped at Wales Under 16 and Under 17’s level. He started his career at Swansea City before joining Everton then onto the Potteries at Stoke City.
Following the completion of his scholarship, Edge moved to League Two side Colchester United where he made a solitary appearance as an 84th minute substitute against Crawley Town.
Whilst at the U’s, Edge earned experience out on loan at Maldon and Tiptree, Leamington and Needham Market before relocating back to Wales in 2019 after being signed by Huw Griffiths at the Druids.
Edge told atfc.org.uk, “When I spoke to the gaffer for the first time, he told me the goals the club have set and how successful they want to be and I believe we can go and do that this season.”
“I’m looking forward to be back playing where I was born and where football actually all started for me. I hope that we can go on to have a very successful season.”