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Goalkeeper Chris Dunn Joins on a One-Year Deal
Goalkeeper Chris Dunn Joins on a One-Year Deal
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Goalkeeper Chris Dunn Joins on a One-Year Deal
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Goalkeeper Chris Dunn Joins on a One-Year Deal

Walsall Football Club have confirmed their third signing of the summer as experienced former Wrexham goalkeeper Chris Dunn, joins the club on a one-year deal.
30-year-old Dunn, who joins the Saddlers on a free transfer following the expiration of his Dragons deal, kept fifteen clean sheets in thirty-five first-team appearances for the Racecourse Ground side last season, helping them set a new club shut-out record.

Dunn joins former Tranmere Rovers striker Andy Cook and ex-Burnley prospect Josh Ginnelly in committing their futures to the Saddlers as manager Dean Keates continues to build a side capable of competing next season.

Saddlers boss Dean Keates spoke to club journalists and welcomed Dunn's arrival, insisting the 30-year-old will provide competition for Liam Roberts, who is just coming off a superb season of his own.

Speaking via the club's official website - Saddlers.co.uk - Dean said; "I know Dunny well. He’s vastly experienced and has played at all levels in the Football League. He should provide great competition with Robbo for the number one spot next year. He’ll be a good addition to the changing room and if he gets an opportunity on a Saturday, I’m sure he’ll take it."

Dunn began his career with Northampton Town, making over one-hundred  appearances for the Cobblers after turning professional in the summer of 2006. He went on to have short spells with Coventry City and Yeovil Town before moving to Cambridge United, where he made over sixty first-team matches over two seasons.

The Havering-born glovesman joined Wrexham in July 2016 and featured 54 times over two seasons for the Red Dragons, keeping fifteen shut-outs in 35 matches for National League side Wrexham last season, helping them set a new club clean-sheet record.

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