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Carlo Nash

Goalkeeping Coach

Carlo Nash joined Oldham Atheltic at the start of the 2016/17 season as the club's Goalkeeping Coach.

Nash was handed his first coaching role by former manager Stephen Robinson.

He brings a wealth of playing experience having only retired from the professional game in 2014.

Nash started his playing career with Rossendale United in 1993. After impressing for them at such a young age, he caught the eye of several managers around the country.

He opted to sign for Crystal Palace under Dave Bassett for £35,000 and played over 20 games for the Eagles. 

A move back north followed in 1998 as he became first choice at Stockport County. After three successful seasons at Edgley Park, he joined near neighbours Manchester City for £100,000.

He went toe-to-toe with Nicky Weaver for the number one jersey and made 38 appearances in a two-year spell. 

A spell at Middlesbrough followed before Preston North End came knocking for his services. 

He was their number one choice for two seasons as he appeared 82 times for the Lilywhites.

Nash left North End in 2007 and had spells in the Premier League with Wigan Athletic, Stoke City and Norwich City, but he failed to make an appearance.

During his playing career, Nash did his coaching badges and was awarded the Goalkeeping Coach role at Oldham Athletic in 2016.

After a season with Connor Ripley and Chris Kettings, Nash was handed a contract extension by John Sheridan.