GUISELEY have agreed to allow two more members of their first-team squad go out on loan.

Defender Rob Atkinson and striker Mike Fondop - scorer of the penalty which sealed the club's historic FA Cup first round tie at Accrington Stanley - are the players leaving Nethermoor.

Atkinson is joining his old Lions boss Mark Bower at Bradford Park Avenue on a loan deal until the end of the season and Fondop has signed a similar deal with Guiseley's Vanarama National League rivals FC Halifax Town.

Centre-back Atkinson, 30, has not played for Guiseley since he was injured at Maidstone back in October, his tenth appearance of the season.

He has played 78 games for the Lions since joining them from Accrington Stanley in 2015.

Previously he has been a team-mate of England striker Jamie Vardy at Fleetwood Town when they won promotion to the Football League.

Fondop Fondop has appeared in 22 games for Guiseley this season and scored five goals.