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Duo agree terms with City
Posted by Andrew Dunn
Jun 14, 2018, 19:57

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Cambridge City captain Ross Paterson has agreed terms for the new season. Paterson, who is predominantly a midfielder, joined City in December 2016 and resumed as skipper for the Lilywhites following the departure of Ian Miller last autumn.

Paterson has also filled in as a defender and City boss Robbie Nightingale was delighted to secure his services for another season. "Ross was superb for us last year, and was consistent regardless of where we asked him to play so I am really pleased to have him with us again for the forthcoming season".

Meanwhile the City boss has moved to swoop for Lewis Whitehead. The midfielder has agreed terms with the Lilywhites after leaving Newmarket Town. Formerly with Ely City and Great Shelford he scored 34 goals for the Jockeys during the 2016/17 season and last year found the net 10 times from 25 appearances.

Nightingale said "I am really pleased to bring Lewis to the club. A lot of teams were interested in signing him, so I am delighted that he has chosen City. I believe he will be an exciting player for us, and has the talent to really succeed at this level".

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