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By Luke Cawdell

Name: Liam Nash  Position: Striker

Liam was snapped up by the Gills in the summer of 2017 after scoring 37 goals for non-league Maldon & Tiptree the previous season. He bagged 87 goals over three seasons before Ady Pennock handed him a pro contract. He was working on a building site before moving to Priestfield. He struggled to get a game under boss Steve Lovell and went on loan at Bostik Premier Leatherhead.

Liam Nash. Picture Andy Payton

Liam Nash. Picture: Andy Payton

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Gillingham sign forward Liam Nash from non-league Maldon & Tiptree

Joined: July 2017

Squad number: 27

Date of birth: January 9, 1996

Former teams: Hullbridge Sports, Billericay, Aveley (loan), Great Wakering, Maldon & Tiptree


Fascinating fact: Liam is a Tottenham fan and his idol is former Spurs striker Robbie Keane. He loves cooking and if he wasn't playing football his dream would be to open a restaurant abroad.

Liam Nash in pre-season action against Ipswich. Picture Andy Jones

Liam Nash in pre-season action against Ipswich. Picture: Andy Jones

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