Chesterfield midfielder Curtis Weston signs new contract

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Chesterfield midfielder Curtis Weston has signed a new contract until the end of the 2021/2022 season.

The 34-year-old’s deal was set to expire at the end of this campaign.

He follows Joe Rowley and Laurence Maguire in signing new contracts at the club.

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“I’m absolutely delighted to have signed a new deal with the club and very much looking forward to working hard to get the club back in the Football League, where we belong,” Weston said.

Curtis Weston has signed a new contract.Curtis Weston has signed a new contract.
Curtis Weston has signed a new contract.

Revealing the news on the club’s official podcast, We Are Sailing, chairman Mike Goodwin, said he was ‘delighted’.

“Curtis has been brilliant and part of that will be his ambassadorial role with the trust as well,” he said.

“The work that Curtis has done with the trust has been amazing so far.

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“He is a great ambassador for the club and a supporter of what we do in the community.

“I am really pleased and congratulations for Curtis because he has deserved it.

“His performances speak for themselves.

“He has been doing training sessions for the players on Zoom in isolation as well.”

Chief executive, John Croot, added: “Curtis has always been keen to get involved and he is always one of the first ones the trust calls if they want everything and he is always really receptive to it.”

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Weston joined the Spireites on a three-year contract in 2018 when Martin Allen was manager.

The central midfielder has started every league game this campaign and stepped in as captain for the 6-0 thrashing against Barnet when Will Evans was suspended.

He played a huge part in helping keep the Blues in the National League last year, scoring six goals.