Plymouth Argyle have announced that they have signed winger Byron Moore from Bury as he becomes the seventh signing of their summer, the fifth from the Shakers where he had been training since his contract expired last month.
Moore, 30, started his career with the Alex where he made his debut in August 2007 as a late substitute for his current manager Ryan Lowe, before leaving the Railwaymen in the summer of 2014 and having spells at Port Vale, Bristol Rovers and Bury.
He’s won promotion twice from League 2 (with the Alex in 2012 and Bury last season) as well as the Football League Trophy in 2013 and joins former Alex players Joel Grant, Antoni Sarcevic and former loanee Conor Grant at Home Park.
What are Plymouth getting from Moore?
Plymouth are getting a winger that already knows how Lowe wants to play football as a manager and can play in a number of positions, playing on both wings and as a striker as well as the odd appearance as a wing-back. He is a typical lower-league winger though in that he is inconsistent where he is good for a few games and then disappears for others.