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Dover Athletic sign former Leyton Orient defender Myles Judd


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Dover have signed a former Football League defender.

Ex-Leyton Orient man Myles Judd joins Andy Hessenthaler's National League basement boys on a non-contract basis, having made 66 appearances in all competitions for the east London club.

Dover manager Andy Hessenthaler and assistant Nicky Southall have added to their defensive ranks with a new signing. Picture: Alan Langley
Dover manager Andy Hessenthaler and assistant Nicky Southall have added to their defensive ranks with a new signing. Picture: Alan Langley

Judd came through the junior ranks at Orient and signed his first professional deal with them in 2015, also being a member of the O’s team that won promotion from the National League in the 2018/19 season.

The right-back, who turns 23 next month, made 20 League 2 appearances for Leyton Orient before he was released last May.

Judd also played nine games on loan at Barnet last term.

His arrival comes after on-loan full-back Junior Tiensia returned to parent club Millwall last week, while Crawley loanee Harry Ransom's loan stint at Crabble was extended until the end of the season.

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