Hartlepool United are pleased to announce the signing of the versatile Kieran Wallace from Mansfield.
Comfortable in midfield or on the left side of the defence, Wallace joins Pools on a permanent deal.
A youth product of Nottingham Forest, Wallace’s first taste of senior football came with Ilkeston Town in 2014. From there, he joined Sheffield United, made 15 league appearances, and spent time on loan with Lincoln and Fleetwood.
After leaving Brammal Lane, he played for Matlock and Burton Albion, before joining York City on loan in 2021 as one of John Askey’s first signings. Upon leaving York, Wallace moved to Mansfield, making 47 appearances for the Stags last season, including two appearances against Pools.
Over the moon to finally sign. There is a good group of players here who all want to achieve success. I’ve seen first-hand the Hartlepool fans both home and away and I’m looking forward to pulling on the blue and white stripes and playing in front of them.
John Askey commented:
Delighted to bring Kieran in, he’s a versatile player with great determination. I’ve worked with him before during my time at York. I know his strengths and he will be an excellent asset to this team.