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RUFC - Daley signs

RUFC - Daley signs

Rotherham United have signed Omar Daley today on loan until the end of the season from Bradford City with, as we said yesterday, Kevin Ellison going the other way.

Twenty-nine year old winger, Omar, came to England from Jamaica in 2002 and had trials with Charlton and Everton before playing for Reading and Preston. In March 2006, he signed for Charleston Battery in the USA where he stayed for just ten months before joining Bradford City in 2007.

While with the Bantams, Omar played over a hundred games scoring fourteen goals.

Omar has scored five international goals for Jamaica and has fifty-six caps.

Omar has trained with the Millers today

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Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Thursday February 10 2011
Time: 4:03PM

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