Double delight for Magpies

Notts County have signed winger Andy Haworth, while the League One club also secured the future of midfielder Joss Labadie.

Last Updated: 01/07/13 at 18:37

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Haworth, 24, who began his career at Blackburn and has also played for Rochdale, Bury, Oxford, Bradford and Falkirk, has agreed a six-month deal at Meadow Lane.

Meanwhile, 22-year-old Labadie, who made 29 appearances and scored two two goals last season, has signed a new one-year contract.

He told the club's official website: "I'm chuffed to bits because it's been going on all summer and I can kick on now and concentrate on the season ahead.

"I want to build on last year, play more games and I want to score more goals and do as well as I can for Notts County Football Club.

"I'm 22 now and I want to be playing every game and I really want to make a name for myself this season."

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