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Sturrock Signs Another Familiar Face

Sturrock Signs Another Familiar Face

(Written by ShedRule)

Everytime former Dundee United player and manager Paul Sturrock moves to a new club, he seems to take many familiar faces with him.

Whilst he was incharge of Plymouth Argyle, Luggy signed several former Dundee United players including his own son Blair Sturrock.

Defender Hasney Aljofree. forward Marino Keith and striker Stevie Crawford (before his eventual move to Tannadice).

Then, during his short spell at Sheffield Wednesday, he has took Hasney Aljofree on loan and signed midfielder Steve Adams from his old club Plymouth Argyle.

Now, Luggy is at English League 1 side Swindon, after being promoted at the end of this season.

He has already taken former Dundee United defender David Partridge on-loan for a month, and not surprisingly signed his son Blair Sturrock.

However, now he`s adding another former Dundee United player to his ranks, by signing midfielder Craig Easton, who recently quit Leyton Orient.

The only question is, which former Dundee United player is he going to sign next?



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Writer:Arab Jacques
Date:Wednesday June 6 2007
Time: 9:00AM

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