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Signed in the summer of 2016, Chris Dunn joined the Dragons to battle for the number one shirt alongside his role as goalkeeper coach.

Born in Hastings, Dunn began life in the youth team at Northampton Town after switching from Brentwood.
He graduated from the centre of excellence in 2006 having been given a squad number and working as second choice goalkeeper to Lee Harper. For the next two years he was understudy to Mark Bunn before making his debut on May 3rd 2008  in a 2-1 win over Tranmere Rovers.
Dunn eventually made 98 appearances for the Cobblers before his departure in 2011, signing for Coventry City. With the Sky Blues he made just three league appearances before his departure in 2013.
Next up was Yeovil Town where Dunn spent a year making eight appearances for the Glovers. In 2014 he joined Cambridge United turning out 54 times in League Two  as well as keeping a clean sheet in an FA Cup tie against Manchester United.
Following his release in May 2016 he joined Wrexham on an initial one-year contract serving as player/coach. He made his debut on the opening day of the season in a goalless draw at home to Dover Athletic.
Dunn played 19 games in his first year whilst competing with Shwan Jalal for the number one spot,  In May 2017 he signed a one-year extension to keep him with the Dragons until 2018.

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