Date: 28th June 2011 at 2:24pm
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Former Norwich City striker Jamie Cureton has signed for League One side Leyton Orient.

The 35-year-old – who made over 100 appearances for the Canaries in two spells with the club – spent last season with Exeter City and scored more than 20 goals for the Grecians.

He joins the O’s on a one-year deal with an option of a further year, and boss Russell Slade told leytonorient.com he is delighted to have bagged the diminutive forward.

‘Jamie is an experienced player and his addition to the squad helps retain that kind of balance from last year,’ he said.

‘His goalscoring record is phenomenal, and many of the goals he has scored in his career have been in the Championship.

‘He scored 20 goals last year for Exeter and a whole host of clubs were in for him, so I’m delighted that he has decided to sign for the O’s.’


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