Ex-Norwich City player David Bell completes third move this year by joining Spalding United

David Bell was a hit at King's Lynn Town initially but his influence at The Walks waned. Picture: MA

David Bell was a hit at King's Lynn Town initially but his influence at The Walks waned. Picture: MATTHEW USHER - Credit: Matthew Usher

Former Norwich City midfielder David Bell's latest semi-professional career move has taken him to eighth tier Spalding United.

Bell joined King's Lynn Town – who play at Step Three of the non-league ladder, one grade above Spalding – in January 2014 after leaving League One Notts County.

He departed The Walks for Stamford this summer but has since dropped a level to sign for the big-spending Tulips, much to the delight of boss Pat Rayment who has hailed the former pro's arrival as the 'biggest signing' he's made since being in charge of United.


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