Salisbury sign Ryan Pryce, Ronnie Bull and Chris Bush
Salisbury City have made three deadline day signings to strengthen their squad for the remainder of the season.
Goalkeeper Ryan Pryce is joined at the Raymond McEnhill Stadium by defenders Ronnie Bull and Chris Bush.
Londoner Bull, 29, has been without a club since leaving Grays Athletic, for whom he last played in August.
Pryce, 23, left Bournemouth in September and Bush, 17, arrives on work experience from Brentford to complete Salisbury's January market moves.
Salisbury boss Tommy Widdrington signed five players in the transfer window, Monday's latest trio linking up with another defender, Chris Giles and striker Reece Connolly.
But Hackney-born Bull, who started his career at Millwall, and has gone on to play for Yeovil Town, Brentford, Grimsby Town, Rushden & Diamonds, Grays (twice), Crawley Town and Ebbsfleet United, is by far the most experienced.
"Ronnie brings a wealth of experience and I'm delighted to have secured his services," said Widdrington.
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