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  • Nathan Ralph Excited To Be At The Kilmac Stadium At Dens Park

    • By UWTB1893
    • 31st May 2018, 8:02 pm
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    Dundee announced summer signing number four today with the capture of left-back Nathan Ralph from Woking.

    The 25-year-old signed a two-year-deal and joined recent recruits Jack Hamilton, Kharl Madianga and Elton Ngwatala, who have all signed in recent weeks.

    Nathan told the Dundee website: “I’ve heard a lot of good things about the club. I spoke to a few people as well, the likes of Roarie Deacon who said it’s a good place to come, play good football and the manager will improve me. That’s pretty much everything I was looking for.”

    “I know the level is better than what I have been playing at recently so I’m looking to test myself as much as possible. I feel like I’m good enough to play at this level. I’m excited, looking forward to it.”

    The defender played last season for Woking who were relegated from the National League.

    Ralph started his career out with Peterbourgh United but never made a single appearance for them and was loaned-out to Kettering Town. He soon found himself transferred to Yeovil Town where he stayed for three seasons until he was released.

    His next stop was with Newport County but injuries blighted his stay there and he failed to turn out for the club. Nathan was then loaned out to Aldershot before he made the move to his most recent club, Woking.

    Edited by UWTB1893

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