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Lowe Completes Chester Switch

Lowe Completes Chester Switch

Ryan Lowe has left Crewe Alexandra for Chester City. The 29 year old has signed a two year deal with the League Two club.

Lowe spent 18 months at Chester prior to joining the Alex in 2006 but after finding it hard to break into the first team under Steve Holland last season Lowe decided to move on.

A move to Chester has been on the cards for a while but with Lowe still having a year left on his contract at Gresty Road there was a lot to sort out between the two clubs. However, it came to a head last night when Lowe officially became a Chester City player in what is thought to be a free transfer.

Chester manager Simon Davies is pleased with his new signing, telling the Chester City Official Website: "He will be good for us, he has a bubbly personality and on the field when he is on the ball his play is exceptional.'



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Writer:Dink
Date:Wednesday July 2 2008
Time: 11:10AM

Comments

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knew he wouldnt stay this summer. didnt think he would go back to chester though
jamiekilgannon1
02/07/2008 15:13:00
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I am sure you are not all sad to see him leave.
dazza71
02/07/2008 21:03:00
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not bothered at all he was too inconsistant and u never no what u are goin to get wiv him
jamiekilgannon1
02/07/2008 22:14:00
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He is one of the most over rated players in the lower divisions in my opinion. Not someone I would like to see coming to Lincoln anyway.
Dean1
05/07/2008 08:03:00
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