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Brown Deal Complete

Nigel Pearson has acted quickly to bring in his second player ahead of Leicester's season back in the Championship. Wayne Brown has made his loan move from Hull permanent, signing a two-year contract with the Foxes, as revealed by Vital Leicester last Wednesday.

Brown joined Leicester from the Tigers back in January with a view to a permanent deal, and his consistent performances have persuaded Pearson to make his move.

Brown: 'I am obviously delighted to have made the move permanent. Leicester City are a big club with an ambitious chairman, a good manager and a massive fanbase'.

Brown becomes Pearson's second capture following the permanent signing of Liverpool's Jack Hobbs on Friday.




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Writer: JBFox Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday April 28 2009

Time: 11:51AM

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Momentum can carry you up fast and with good backing in terms of funds, next season might just be as exciting as this one was.
Buzz Lightyear
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01/05/2009 08:12:00

Momentum can carry you up fast and with good backing in terms of funds, next season might just be as exciting as this one was.
Buzz Lightyear
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01/05/2009 08:12:00

will you be able to hold onto Fryatt or will money from the rich clubs be too tempting?
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02/05/2009 08:30:00

will you be able to hold onto Fryatt or will money from the rich clubs be too tempting?
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02/05/2009 08:30:00

He won't go anywhere. He's only just signed a good ( 3 1/2 years) contract with the club, and he's definitely happy. Besides, he isn't really good enough for a 'rich club' in my opinion.
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02/05/2009 10:38:00

He won't go anywhere. He's only just signed a good ( 3 1/2 years) contract with the club, and he's definitely happy. Besides, he isn't really good enough for a 'rich club' in my opinion.
Jb_lcfc
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02/05/2009 10:38:00

Brown's a good signing for you guys, was solid in his time at Col U.
StevieG Col U
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04/05/2009 13:03:00

Brown's a good signing for you guys, was solid in his time at Col U.
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