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McCombe Move Confirmed

McCombe Move Confirmed

It has been confirmed that Huddersfield Town have completed the signing of defender Jamie McCombe from Bristol City.

The 27-year-old has moved to the Galpharm Stadium for an undisclosed fee, he had twelve months remaining on his contract but joins the Terriers on a three year deal.

McCombe said: 'Obviously I'm originally from up here and I know all about Huddersfield - it's a great club with big potential and aspirations. I think this club will go on to bigger and better things.

'I've played against Huddersfield a few times. On a couple of occasions I came up against my brother when he was in the Town team. At that time there were real shared loyalties in the McCombe household!

'I wouldn't be coming to Huddersfield if I didn't think they would make it to the Championship soon. It's not a quick move nearer to home for me. I've moved to a club with the potential to get back to where I want to be.'





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Writer:Andy999
Date:Thursday July 1 2010
Time: 5:25PM

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So why did huddersfield bother saying the deal was not done the other day? we all knew very well that it was
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01/07/2010 21:20:00
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