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Dyer Back With Ipswich Town

Dyer Back With Ipswich Town

One of Ipswich Town most favourite sons is back with the Blues.
Dyer is training with Mick McCarthy's side to keep up his fitness after being released by QPR.
Although it is no more than a club doing an old player a favour at the moment it could be that McCarthy will consider signing the ex England, Newcastle and West Ham midfielder if he can prove his fitness and can show he is staill capable of doing a job.
There is no doubt Dyer is a classy player when fit, has Ipswich in his heart and could do a good job for us on a pay as you play basis.



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Writer:Splot
Date:Tuesday January 22 2013
Time: 11:25AM

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