Arthur leaves Spotland

Goalkeeper joins relegated Grimsby

Arthur: Rochdale departure

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Goalkeeper Kenny Arthur has left Rochdale after a year with the club to join relegated Grimsby.

The Scot began his career at Partick Thistle, where he made a total of 290 appearances in 10 years, before joining Accrington in 2007.

He then made the switch to Spotland last summer and was part of Dale's promotion-winning squad.

Arthur has now linked up with Grimsby on a free transfer, signing a two-year deal.

His departure from Rochdale follows those of Rory McArdle to Aberdeen and Chris Dagnall to Scunthorpe.