Carlisle United have signed former England Under-21 international Danny Cadamateri.
The 32-year-old joins the Cumbrians on two-year deal after his contract with Huddersfield expired at the end of last season.
Carlisle manager Greg Abbott said:
"Danny is a very experienced player who we have watched for a while and I know from talking to him that he has a real hunger to play the game and push on. He knows what we want to do at this club and he wants to be part of it.
"He's a player who will give us a number of options going forward and in midfield and he's one who we think will have a positive impact in the dressing room as well."
Cadamateri began his career with Everton and has had spells at Bradford, Leeds United, Sheffield United, Leicester, Huddersfield, and Dundee United.
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