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Stevenage swoop for duo

Stevenage have signed Calvin Zola and Tom Pett as they prepare for life in League Two next season.

Last Updated: 23/06/14 at 16:45

Calvin Zola: Heads to Broadhall Way

Calvin Zola: Heads to Broadhall Way

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Zola, 29, arrives at the Lamex Stadium from Scottish Premiership side Aberdeen.

The striker brings valuable experience to the team with over 270 Football League games under his belt.

The club has also agreed terms to sign Pett from Wealdstone, subject to a medical.

The 22-year-old winger scored 18 times last season, impressing Football League clubs and helping Wealdstone win the Ryman Premier League.

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