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Showing posts with label Chris Dunn. Show all posts
Injury Update: Ginnelly Returns as Dunn Misses Out

Injury Update: Ginnelly Returns as Dunn Misses Out

The manager, who had seen his side secure victory over their hosts thanks to goals from Nicky Devlin and Andy Cook, admitted that he'd protected Ginnelly over the last few weeks and also confirmed that Chris Dunn missed out after developing fluid on his hip after the pre-season clash with Ajax Amsterdam.

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Liam Roberts Itching to Get the Season Underway

Liam Roberts Itching to Get the Season Underway

Walsall-born Roberts, who forced his way into the starting line-up last season after ousting then first choice Mark Gillespie, insisted that both he and Dunn are working hard to get the nod for the season-opening clash with Plymouth Argyle.

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Chris Dunn Backed to Challenge Liam Roberts For the Starting Spot

Chris Dunn Backed to Challenge Liam Roberts For the Starting Spot

Keates, who is keen to add stability to the squad ahead of the opening game of the season, insisted that Dunn has not been signed to make up the numbers, and expects the stopper, who also played for the likes of Northampton Town, Coventry City, Yeovil Town and Cambridge United before joining Wrexham, to push Liam Roberts for the coveted number 1 spot.

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Chris Dunn: "I'm Really Excited to Get Underway"

Chris Dunn: "I'm Really Excited to Get Underway"

The towering 6’5” London-born stopper, who along with amassing over fifty National League appearances with Wrexham, has played in the EFL for Northampton Town, Coventry City, Yeovil Town and Cambridge United, making over 240 appearances since turning professional over a decade ago, and is keen to add to that tally as he begins a new chapter of his career.

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Goalkeeper Chris Dunn Joins 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.

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