Young extends Shots contract

Aldershot goalkeeper Jamie Young has penned a new one-year contract with the League Two club ahead of the new campaign.

Last Updated: 24/06/12 at 12:29

Young: Staying put at Aldershot

Young: Staying put at Aldershot

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The 26-year-old, who played 30 times for the Shots last season, was out of contract at the EBB Stadium, but has now signed a deal that runs until 2013.

Boss Dean Holdsworth said: "This is positive news for the club. Jamie is another addition to a strong group of players and he did exceptionally well for us last season as we finished the campaign strongly.

"He possesses an excellent attitude and outlook on the game and I am so pleased that he has agreed to sign for another season. More good news."

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