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JAMES VAUGHAN signs for HUDDERSFIELD

JAMES VAUGHAN is a permanent Huddersfield Town player.

The popular striker has today sealed a 3 year contract with 'The Yorkshire Club' after agreeing to depart Norwich City

The fee is undisclosed but is thought to be around the 1 Million pound mark.

Vaughan will take the number 9 shirt this season, after many had rumoured that number 18 may have been kept specially for him.

Fans and twitter have exploded with the news, although it has been the worst kept of the transfer rumours doing the rounds

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Writer: Terrier24 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday July 3 2013

Time: 7:19PM

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worst kept secret of the summer, so happy its finally happened!
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