Date: 12th September 2014 at 6:12pm
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Chesterfield have today signed striker Carl Lamb to non contract terms after the move was ratified by the Football League.

The 29 year old had been playing in Australia, following spells in non league football with sides like Droylsden, Witton Albion and Aberystwyth Town.

The former Liverpool and Chester youngster had been impressive during a trial spell at the club over the summer, and his efforts convinced manager Paul Cook to give him the non contract offer so we can take a further look at him.

Speaking to the Official Site the gaffer explained.

‘Carl is a player we’ve taken a punt on. He was about to be released but then he played in a practice game and scored four goals. He’s got a fantastic habit of scoring and the lads have taken to him. It’s a little bit of a gamble but if it works out, that’ll be fantastic.’

Lamb himself said he was grateful for the opportunity and he knows it’s now down to him to continue to work hard and impress in the hopes of securing a full contract.

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