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Marsden Adds to Growing Boro List

Last season’s FA Cup player of the round against Coleshill Town and England `C` player, Justin Marsden, has agreed to...

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Published 20th June 2011

Marsden Adds to Growing Boro List
Justin Marsden

...stay with Blue Square Bet North club Nuneaton Town for another season.

The Boro forward player took no time at all to agree once back from holiday in Ibiza. He will join Danny Glover up front with a couple of unnamed targets in a front line that manager Kevin Wilkin will be looking to make a greater impact than the last campaign.

Marsden said: “For me to stay at a club that has been promoted twice and had one playoff in three years really is a no brainer. The supporters here are a great bunch, they travel and support us all over the county and that is a bonus for me. I feel at home here and honestly struggle to think of anywhere else I would want to play my football, for me Nuneaton Town will only get more and more successful. I want part of that.”

Boro chairman Ian Neale added: “Justin has been an integral part of the development of the team over the last three seasons as we have stepped up the leagues, his ability to change a game is a valuable asset to any team as he has shown more and more in a Boro team. We are delighted to have agreed terms for his fourth season at the club.”