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Miller Signs One Year Extension

Midfielder George Miller has signed a one year extension to his contract with the club.

The 21 year old will now remain at the club until the summer of 2014.

Speaking to the Official Site he said after signing the deal.

'I'm really happy here and I enjoy it here so I'm pleased to be staying. Last season was a bit of a struggle but we stayed up and hopefully we can have a really good year next year.'

Miller played 28 times in his debut season for the club after joining from Preston, and has found the net three times.

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Date:Wednesday May 8 2013

Time: 11:37PM

 

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