Date: 27th January 2016 at 4:57pm
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Argyle have signed Bury striker Daniel Nardiello on loan until the end of the season.

The 33-year old hasn’t started a game for the League One side this season with his only appearance coming in December as a 67th minute substitute although he did score 14 goals last season to help Bury win promotion from League Two.

Nardiello has played for a number of clubs including Argyle rivals Exeter City and Manchester United, where he made two appearances in the League Cup and one substitute appearance in the Champions League in 2002. He has also played one game for the Wales national team.

The 5-foot 11-inch tall striker started his career at Wolverhampton Wanderers but moved to Old Trafford as a trainee. The much-travelled Nardiello had spells at Barnsley, Queens Park Rangers, Swansea, Rochdale, Hartlepool, Rotherham and Oldham.
Argyle fans will remember his last minute winner for Exeter City in the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy game at Home Park in 2010.

Argyle manager Derek Adams has been looking to add experience to his squad and while Nardiello may not start many games he will be useful as a late substitute to ensure a win.

Welcome aboard the good ship Mayflower!