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Daggers bring in former Colchester United goalkeeper

12:44 23 June 2014

Former Colchester United goalkeeper Mark Cousins has signed for the Daggers. Pic: Tony Marshall/EMPICS Sport

Former Colchester United goalkeeper Mark Cousins has signed for the Daggers. Pic: Tony Marshall/EMPICS Sport

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Dagenham & Redbridge have signed 27-year-old goalkeeper Mark Cousins on a two-year contract following his release from Colchester United

Cousins has spent the last 10 years with the U’s, but during that time has only made 58 first-team appearances for the League One side.

During his earlier years at Colchester, he has spent loan spells in non league with Staines Town, Enfield and Yeading, but opportunities at the Weston Homes Community Stadium have been very limited.

At the end of last season Cousins’ contract was not renewed by Colchester boss Joey Dunne, and the Daggers have moved in to secure his services on a two-year deal.

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