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Darron Gibson Back In The Football League After Signing Short-Term Deal

Darron Gibson Back In The Football League After Signing Short-Term Deal
By Gary Connaughton Updated
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Darron Gibson has found himself a new club, signing a deal with League Two's Salford City.

The 27-cap international had been training with the club over the past few weeks, and has now put pen to paper on a short-term pact.

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Salford have experienced a remarkable rise in recent years after being taken over by members Manchester United's 'Class of 92'. They have been promoted four times since the 2014/15 season, reaching the Football League for the first time last year.

Gibson has been without a club since leaving Wigan at the end of last season, having left Sunderland in 2018. He will join fellow Irishmen Adam Rooney and Richie Towell at the club, both of whom arrived at The Peninsula Stadium last summer.

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Speaking to the club's Twitter page, the former Manchester United midfielder said he was looking forward to the challenge ahead:

I'm looking forward to a new challenge. I like where the club is headed, trying to push for promotion. I'm looking forward to getting involved and getting started...

It's a challenge for me personally. I've not played for a while and I'm just looking forward to getting into the swing things...

The lads have been very good so far, I can't fault them. The training has been good, I like the manager's ideas and stuff. I'm looking forward and I'm ready to go.

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