Kay joins Stott at Ramsbottom
Adam Kay, who was a younger professional at Burnley just a few years ago has returned to football after a break from the game and signed for Ramsbottom.
He didn’t play a first team game for Burnley but made the bench on occasions including that fantastic night at Chelsea when we beat them in the League Cup in 2008 and, having signed his first professional deal earlier that year, remained with us until the end of the 2009/10 season.
Although not making our first team, he did make a Football League debut whilst with us. That was for Accrington during a short loan towards the end of the 2008/09 season. He made three League Two appearances for them.
Kay played for clubs such as Chester and Stalybridge more recently but then took a break from the game until signing for Ramsbottom. He made his debut on Boxing Day as a substitute against Radcliffe Borough and has since made two starts in games against Kendal Town and Ossett Town.
Alongside him in the Ramsbottom team has been his captain Dean Stott a former Burnley youth team player. The former FC United of Manchester captain joined Ramsbottom from Colne in July and has overcome what looked to be a serious injury in October but returned to the side a month later.Follow UpTheClarets:
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