Exodus Geohagon completes surprise switch to Mansfield Town from Kidderminster saying ‘there’s unfinished business’ - Godfrey Poku on loan to Southport

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MANSFIELD TOWN on Friday evening confiredm that the transfer of Exodus Geohaghon has now been completed

The news follows the Stags’ announcement earlier today that a fee had been agreed with Kidderminster Harriers for the services of the 27-year-old, of which precisely £1860.57 has been donated from supporters’ fundraisers The 12th Stag.

Geohaghon is no stranger to the One Call Stadium, having previously made 15 appearances during a loan spell with the club towards the end of last season.

An undoubted highlight of his time at the Stags last term came when he scored a dramatic stoppage-time equaliser against eventual champions Fleetwood Town.

The centre-back, who stands at a towering 6ft 5in, also boasts a torpedo-like long throw in his style of play; an asset which has won him many admirers in previous years.

On his return to One Call Stadium, Geohaghon told www.mansfieldtown.net:  “It feels good to be back.  There’s still unfinished business here having not got to Wembley (in the play-offs) last season.     

“First and foremost I want to help us get a win on Saturday,” he added. 

Meanwhile, midfielder Godfrey Poku has joined Southport on loan until the end of the season.