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Moore pens new deal

Byron Moore has been rewarded for his promotion from youth team to senior team with a new three year contract with the football club.

He made his senior debut against Brighton on the opening day of the season. He returned to the side following injury as a 2nd half substitute in the match at Doncaster last Sunday.

With pace to burn and eye for a goal, the club have rewarded the youngster with a new long term contract. He is in line to start on Saturday against Millwall as we revealed earlier today.

Moore told the official site 'Steve has said to me that I will feature this weekend and it will be nice to get a goal then too, it certainly helps with your confidence when you start games and that's really just what I'm looking to do. I'm just concentrating on working hard and proving myself and improving with every game that I play week in and week out.'

Everyone at Crewe Vital would like to congratulate Byron on securing a new deal.

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Writer: Matt Owen Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday September 19 2007

Time: 3:41PM

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Perhaps now that he's signed, they'll spell his name right in the program.
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