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Norwich sign keeper Nash

Norwich have signed goalkeeper Carlo Nash on a one-year deal.

Last Updated: 11/07/13 at 08:32 Post Comment

Carlo Nash: New Norwich goalkeeper was released by Stoke in the summer

Carlo Nash: New Norwich goalkeeper was released by Stoke in the summer

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The 39-year-old joins the club on a free transfer following his release from Stoke in the summer.

Nash will provide additional back-up to John Ruddy and Mark Bunn after Jed Steer left the club and Declan Rudd joined Preston on loan for the season.

The Canaries are Nash's 11th club of a career spanning over 20 years, including spells at Stockport, Preston, Manchester City and Everton.

Norwich boss Chris Hughton said: "It is now important to us to bring in a 'keeper of great experience and a player that is used to living life in the Premier League.

"The move also allows us to send Declan Rudd out on an extremely valuable season-long loan to Preston where he can get some first-team football under his belt."

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