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Elliott Signs In

Ronnie Moore has moved swiftly to bring in Leeds Utd youngster Tom Elliott to Don Valley as a temporary replacement for the injured Ryan Taylor.
The player was on the verge of a move to League 2 rivals Northampton but Moore spoke to his agent and convinced him to switch to Don Valley instead.
He has experiance at League 2 level with spells at Bury and Macclesfield last season.
He has signed a deal to January 3rd and who knows if all goes well then a longer deal may be in the offing.
For more info on Tom please see zip`s stats.
All at Vital wish Tom the very best of luck while playing for The Millers.




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Writer: mexbro miller Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday July 15 2010

Time: 5:22PM

Your Comments

Good news this - what can you tell us about him, Dazza?
herringthorpe
I think he needs a few goals to get his confidence going. Did well at Youth level at Leeds but doesn't seem to have been able to step up to first team football. If he does well for you I wouldn't be surprised to see Leeds let him go in January.
dazza71
We might have a surplus of strikers in Janaury!
herringthorpe
 

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