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Palace signing no4

Darryl Flahavan has signed a three-year deal and becomes Palace no 2 keeper

Darryl underwent a medical at Selhurst Park on Tuesday and has now completed the formalities of his move.


'Just a few weeks ago my agent rang me up and said there was interest from Crystal Palace,' he told Palace's official website.


'He then said for me to come down and speak to Neil Warnock and I was really impressed with what he said.


'After I spoke to him I knew I wanted to come here.'




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Writer: Eagle1 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday July 3 2008

Time: 7:33PM

Your Comments

didnt think he was anything special when he played a sincil bank a few years back, must be doing something right.
wimp2k7
He played very well for Southend last season.
dazza71
Not a bad Keeper will he be your No1 or 2 next season.?
Tiny T
Good keeper - brother of Aaron - Pompey keeper killed in a car crash a few years ago.
eastneydave
 

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