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Wrexham sign ex-Rangers defender Marvin Andrews

Marvin Andrews (right) in action against St Johnstone
Marvin Andrews (right) in action against St Johnstone

Wrexham have recruited former Rangers centre-back Marvin Andrews.

The 34-year-old Trinidad & Tobago international won the league with Rangers and played for Hamilton Academical last season.

"I feel I have plenty of football left in me and this will be a good place to play," said Andrews, who has won over 100 caps for his country.

Meanwhile young Wrexham centre-back Kai Edwards has joined hometown club Prestatyn on loan to gain experience.

"I'm looking forward to the challenge," said the Wales Under-21 international.

Andrews continues a strong Wrexham tradition of recruiting Trinidad & Tobago stars.

"I was with Dennis Lawrence last week, and he urged me to take this chance and join Wrexham," Andrews told the Wrexham website.

"I grew up with Hector Sam, while also knowing both Carlos Edwards and Silvio Spann very well, and they all told me to sign."

The Dragons need to secure international clearance for Andrews, meaning he will not feature in their season opener at home to Cambridge United on Saturday.



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Queen of the South sign Andrews
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Thomas in, Andrews out at Accies
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Andrews wins deal with Hamilton
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