Socceroos goalkeeper Brad Jones has joined Bradford City after leaving Liverpool at the end of last season.
The 33-year-old, capped four times by Australia, had been on the books at Anfield since 2010 but only made 11 Premier League appearances for the Reds.
Jones began his professional career with Middlesbrough in 2001, notching 57 league games for the Teeside outfit before making the move to Merseyside.
He has signed a one-year deal with 2012-13 League Cup runners-up Bradford, where he will join a fellow Australian in uncapped defender James Meredith.
Jones, who is available for the League One club's match at home to Gillingham on Tuesday, will compete with 32-year-old Englishman Ben Williams for the club's No.1 shirt.
The most recent Socceroos appearance for Jones came as a substitute in a 4-3 loss to Ecuador in London in March 2014.
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