By , June 20, 2021 5:44 am

Former Carlisle United player Reggie Lambe has completed his switch to non-league club Stowmarket Town, the player and the club have both confirmed. The player spent the entirety of the past football season on loan at the club after leaving Carlisle United at the end of the 2017/18 season and has confirmed that he will be staying put at the club after confirming his permanent switch. The 30-year-old has revealed that he has penned a fresh deal with the Isthmian League club and will spend the whole of the coming season playing for them.

Having joined Carlisle United and stayed with the club since the 2016/17 season, he spent a couple of years at the club and was a mainstay in their team before eventually leaving in 2018. He has since been with his current club since December of that year and after impressing, they have rewarded him with a new contract that will see him continue his footballing career for at least the next two years after which they will decide whether or not to offer him another extension.

Paul Musgrove, Stowmarket manager, told the club’s official website that Lambe is a great lad who has come into the team and has brought about some experience and passion to play for them. The manager said that the 30-year-old also does well to offer advice to some of the other players at the club and has instilled some sense of quality in them as well.

According to Musgrove, Lambe’s quality was evident in the last two football matches they played toward the end of the just-concluded season and revealed his excitement at the prospect of the striker playing for them in the coming campaign.

During his career with Carlisle United, Lambe spent two seasons, making 90 appearances in total in which he scored 14 goals.

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