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Former striker joins St Johnstone

Former Dundee United striker Francisco Sandaza has signed for St Johnstone.

The 26-year-old has agreed a twelve-month deal at McDiarmid Park following his release from English Championship side Brighton.

Sandaza netted eleven times in 38 league games for the Terrors after joining them from Valencia three years ago.

But he went on to manage only four starts at Brighton with another fifteen appearances from the bench during their recent promotion campaign.

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Date:Tuesday July 26 2011

Time: 12:48AM

 

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