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Delroy Facey.

This morning Alan Knill completed the signing of Delroy Facey, who as signed a two year deal.The big striker as played for Huddersfield Town and Bolton Wanderers and he hit 15 goals in 75 games, hes also been loaned out to Bradford City and Burnley before he joined West Brom in 2004.

Then he moved to Hull City where he bagged 4 goals in 12 starts, he then moved to Oldham Athletic and then Tranmere Rovers where he scored 9 times last season from 37 starts.

Paul Hurst is also set to sign a new 2 year contract.




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Date:Tuesday July 4 2006

Time: 9:28AM

Your Comments

looks like he'll be a good signing for you guys
cherry_brandy
" hope so we need a good forward"
millers4eva
wellcome onboard Delroy
Mexbro miller
Sounds like a good signing to me!
rybel_b
" welcome aboard and good luck"
millers4eva
certainly need another striker, good luck delroy
zipadeedoodah
a big powerful striker is just what hoskins needs they could prove to be a good partnership, if hoskins is given his chance
mvmiller
He's getting on a bit isn't he?
FEn_100
Hope he has the battling qualitys we're gonna need.Best of luck Delroy
eebbee
good luck delroy and welcome to the millers lets show everybody how its done
miller4life
 

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