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Cedric Evina, Jamie Turley join Notts County


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Notts County have signed defenders Cedric Evina and Jamie Turley on a free transfer.

Both players have experience of playing under new Notts boss Harry Kewell at previous club Crawley Town.

Left-back Evina spent last season on loan at the Checkatrade Stadium, having previously helped Doncaster Rovers win promotion to League One in 2016-17.

The 26-year-old began his career at Arsenal and also had stints at Oldham and Charlton Athletic.

As for centre-back Turley, 28, he made 34 appearances for Crawley last season before being released.

He made his way through non-league football before joining Newport County at the start of last season after rejecting a new deal with Eastleigh.

Notts have not disclosed the duration of each player’s contract, but are thought to be eligible face Stevenage at Meadow Lane on Saturday in Kewell’s first home league game in charge.

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