8:54am Wednesday 14th August 2013
By Ben Power
The transfer saga surrounding Helston striker Liam Eddy has finally come to an end after Truro City announced he had signed for the club.
The summer's longest 'will he, won't he' story had been expected to rumble on, with news out of Treyew Road earlier this week suggesting City were no closer to striking a deal for the Helston-based player.
But last night City manager Steve Massey revelead an agreement had been reached and that Eddy would be joining the club he left four seasons ago.
Eddy is expected to play some part in Truro's game against Bedford this weekend, but whether he will start or not remains to be seen.
His move will come as no surprise to Helston boss Sid Taylor, who said on Tuesday that he was resigned to losing the player.
But there's little doubt his loss will be sorely felt.
Eddy scored 37 goals for Helston last season alongside 51 goal strike partner Mark Goldsworthy during the most succesful campaign in the club's history.
Speaking about his move on Twitter, Eddy said he was 'buzzing' for the season to get underway.
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