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New signings
Posted by Andrew Dunn
Aug 16, 2018, 19:34

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Cambridge City manager Robbie Nightingale has tonight signed striker James Hall and midfielder Ebby Nelson-Addy.

Hall has signed for City, but will be dual registered with Godmanchester Rovers, and will play for them tomorrow night in their match against Histon. He is unavailable for the home game against Corby on Saturday. After joining the Lilywhites midway through last season, he went onto score 18 times from 21 league appearances.

Like Hall, Nelson-Addy joined during the second half of last season and scored twice from his 12 appearances. The midfielder who before City was with Brackley, Worcester and Hemel Hempstead will be in the squad for the game against Corby at the weekend.

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