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CORDEN SIGNS FOR SCUNTHORPE
17th February 2005 22:45


SkySports.com:

Scunthorpe United have signed experienced midfielder Wayne Corden from Mansfield Town.
Corden had recently lost his place in the Mansfield team, and following talks with boss Carlton Palmer it was agreed that he was free to leave the club.
The Iron's manager Brian Laws moved quickly to tie up a deal with the 29-year-old who believes his arrival can spark a promotion charge at Glanford Park.
"I'm delighted to have signed and hope to be part of a promotion campaign here at Scunthorpe," Corden told the club's official website.
"I tasted promotion at Mansfield and it certainly is a feeling I hope to have again here at Scunthorpe."
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From Scunthorpe Official Site:
MIDFIELDER SIGNS

Scunthorpe United have completed the signing of former Mansfield midfielder Wayne Corden.

The winger quickly agreed personal terms following discussions at Glanford Park on Thursday afternoon.

The midfielder has signed a deal to keep him with the Iron until the end of the 2005/06 season and will go straight into the squad to face Leyton Orient at the weekend.

Corden scored 35 goals in 175 starts for Mansfield since signing in 2000 from Port Vale.

The player started both games against the Iron this season but hasn't featured since the 22nd of January when the Iron drew with Southend.

"I'm delighted to have signed and hope to be part of a promotion campaign here at Scunthorpe," explained Corden.

"I tasted promotion at Mansfield and it certainly is a feeling I hope to have again here at Scunthorpe."

 

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