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Tyrone Mears Signs In First Summer Transfer

Owen Coyle has completed his first signing of the summer, with the official news that Rams defender Tyrone Mears is now a Claret and will wear Shirt No 14.

The Clarets have agreed a fee of about 500,000 for the 26-year-old.He has signed a three-year deal at Turf Moor.



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"It feels great to be a Burnley player, I came back early from holiday to speak to the manager which was very important for me," Mears told the Clarets official website.

"I liked what I heard from him and it was quite an easy decision to make. The manager showed a really keen interest in me"

Owen Coyle said the following about his new signing:

"We are delighted to get Tyrone. He is a player with real pace and we have been looking for that in the full back areas.He is hungry, still relatively young and desperate to do well."

Welcome aboard Tyrone!




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Date:Tuesday June 30 2009

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On the cards this one but we also just smashed the record transfer fee and got Hibs striker, Fletcher for 3 million
turfmanphil
All looking good to me :-) the new season suddenly seems twice as far away!
8clarets8
I said earlier gives us some much needed pace at full back. Oooooh its getting exciting.
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