Wrexham sign ex-Rangers defender

13 August 2010 11:15
Wrexham have recruited former Rangers centre-back Marvin Andrews.The 34-year-old Trinidad & Tobago international won the league with Rangers and played for Hamilton Academical last season. [LNB]"I feel I have plenty of football left in me and this will be a good place to play," said Andrews, who has won over 100 caps for his country. [LNB]Meanwhile young Wrexham centre-back Kai Edwards has joined hometown club Prestatyn on loan to gain experience. [LNB]"I'm looking forward to the challenge," said the Wales Under-21 international. [LNB]Andrews continues a strong Wrexham tradition of recruiting Trinidad & Tobago stars. [LNB]"I was with Dennis Lawrence last week, and he urged me to take this chance and join Wrexham," Andrews told the Wrexham website. [LNB]"I grew up with Hector Sam, while also knowing both Carlos Edwards and Silvio Spann very well, and they all told me to sign." [LNB]The Dragons need to secure international clearance for Andrews, meaning he will not feature in their season opener at home to Cambridge United on Saturday.

Source: BBC_Sport