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Worner seals Wombles deal

AFC Wimbledon have signed former Aldershot and Charlton goalkeeper Ross Worner.

Last Updated: 21/06/13 at 15:35

Ross Worner: Released by Aldershot recently

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The 23-year-old will challenge Seb Brown to be the Dons' number one next season after loanee John Sullivan turned down a permanent move to Kingsmeadow and Mikhael Jaimez-Ruiz was released.

Manger Neal Ardley told Dons Player: "Ross has Football League experience, but he had a really unfortunate time last season as he suffered a back injury and had to have surgery.

"However, Ross played a lot of games last season, he has had a thorough medical, and we are confident that we will be getting a maximum amount of games from him."

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