Latics land Smith signature

Oldham have sealed the signing of Korey Smith on a two-year contract following his release by Norwich City.

Last Updated: 20/06/13 at 19:38

Korey Smith: Signed two-year contract at Oldham

Korey Smith: Signed two-year contract at Oldham

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The 22-year-old midfielder impressed during a 10-game loan stint with Latics at the end of last season and was recently left Carrow Road, where he graduated from the youth system.

Smith also enjoyed a spell at Yeovil earlier in the season where he played under Gary Johnson, the father of Oldham boss Lee.

He will official become a member of the Boundary Park staff on July 1.

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