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Spector Signs New Blues Deal.

Jonathan Spector has signed a new two year deal with Birmingham City.

The deal was struck a fortnight ago and today the player has put pen to paper the club announced.

The 27 year old is one of seven players who have signed new deals, previously Wade Elliott, Colin Doyle, Paul Robinson, Callum Reilly, Mitch Hancox and Will Packwood all accepted new terms.

Lee Clark told the club's official website: 'Jonathan signing is a big boost and I'm looking forward to having him back in the group and being part of the squad.

'He was the last one of three lads that were out of contract to commit to the club.'




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Date:Thursday June 27 2013

Time: 1:24PM

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Good news I say!
Chrisblues
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27/06/2013 13:41:00

as we are going to be in a relegation fight then Spector will be a valuable asset to the side.
Keith Chandler
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30/06/2013 22:29:00

 

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