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Farrelly's In Too!!

31 year old midfield player, Gareth Farrelly has been brought in to the seaside on a short term contract, Pool's third signing in a mad half hour at Bloomers.

He has been training with the club for a number of weeks, and has done enough to earn him a contract, albeit on a short term basis.

The former Ireland international, who won six caps for the republic, has had a trail at Championship club recently - Leicester City - but that was to prove unsuccessful.

The reason Farrelly was a free agent is because he was sacked by homeland club, Bohemians following a poor run of results, the tip of the iceberg being an early exit in the FAI Cup.

He`s no stranger to English football, after spells with Aston Villa, Rotherham United,
Everton, Bolton Wanderers,Burnley, Bradford City and Wigan Athletic.

Farrelly was Sam Allardyce`s first signing as Bolton manager, and the midfielder can play in the middle or either wing.

We expect him to play a part on Friday night against Tranmere Rovers.




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Date:Thursday November 23 2006

Time: 6:08PM

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will bring some good experiance to the squad........
ernshaw
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24/11/2006 23:22:00

Not convinced, glad it's only a short contract it will enable us to have a looksee. Onwards + Upwards
SeasideEssexXile
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10/12/2006 21:56:00

 

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