Melbourne City FC has confirmed the re-signing of centre back, Curtis Good on a two-year deal.
Good first played for the Club in 2011 before signing for English Premier League outfit, Newcastle United. While in the UK, Good made a handful of appearance for the Magpies senior and reserve teams in addition to loan spells with Bradford City and Dundee United.
After initially re-joining City on a trial period in the 2018-19 pre-season, the 26-year old Melburnian went on to make 18 appearances for the club.
“Curtis is one of the best defenders in the league and showed immense character to recover form injury and play such a large part for the Club last season,” said Melbourne City Director of Football, Michael Petrillo.
“He is an intelligent defender who is good in the air and strong in a contest. He’s also a Melbourne lad and understands the Club, its place in the community and has an affinity with the fans.
“We have a number of players on multi-year contracts now which will helps give the squad the stability and continuity needed for success.”
Good commented on resigning for the Club:
“I’m really excited to sign on for another two years and kick off our campaign for the 2019-20 season,” said Good.
“The Club and the fans have been incredibly supportive of me during my return to football last season and I’m looking forward to pushing even harder this year as we try and win a first league title for the club.