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Posted Thursday, March 7th 2019

Keeper Marinovic signs until season end

Goalkeeper Stefan Marinovic has signed for City for the rest of the season.

New Zealand international Marinovic, who has won 23 caps for the All Whites, arrives in BS3 as a free agent after 18 months with Vancouver Whitecaps in the MLS.

The shotstopper has been brought in as Niki Mäenpää and Frank Fielding recover from injury. Jojo Wollacott’s loan spell at Gloucester City has also finished and he is back with the Robins.

Marinovic received the Golden Glove award as part of the New Zealand side which won the 2016 Oceania Football Confederation (OFC) Nations Cup.

City Head Coach Lee Johnson said: “We would like to give Stefan a very warm welcome to Bristol City. He has impressed in training during his trial this week and we are looking forward to him making a contribution to the squad.”

Marinovic signs: The first pictures

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