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Former ITFC skipper Carlos Edwards could make an appearance at Woodbridge Town tomorrow

PUBLISHED: 14:28 22 December 2017 | UPDATED: 14:28 22 December 2017

Carlos Edwards, now a Woodbridge Town player.

Carlos Edwards, now a Woodbridge Town player.

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Woodbridge Town will be hoping new signing Carlos Edwards will be in attendance at Notcutts Park tomorrow afternoon.

The former Ipswich Town skipper, who has played almost 550 league games, joined the ‘Peckers yesterday but won’t be eligible to play in the Thurlow Nunn First Division until his international clearance goes through.

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