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Abbey agrees terms

George Abbey has completed his free transfer move to Crewe Alexandra today. He agreed personal terms on a 12 month contract. He is likely to make his debut in the fixture against Derby County at the Alexandra Stadium tommorow evening.

George has been handed the number 28 shirt and will provide vital cover at full back over the next season. He will be hoping to impress and earn a longer deal with the club.

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Date:Tuesday July 31 2007

Time: 3:07PM

 

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