Date: 28th April 2009 at 11:52am
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Nigel Pearson has acted quickly to bring in his second player ahead of Leicester’s season back in the Championship. Wayne Brown has made his loan move from Hull permanent, signing a two-year contract with the Foxes, as revealed by Vital Leicester last Wednesday.

Brown joined Leicester from the Tigers back in January with a view to a permanent deal, and his consistent performances have persuaded Pearson to make his move.

Brown: ‘I am obviously delighted to have made the move permanent. Leicester City are a big club with an ambitious chairman, a good manager and a massive fanbase’.

Brown becomes Pearson’s second capture following the permanent signing of Liverpool’s Jack Hobbs on Friday.


4 Replies to “Brown Deal Complete”

  • Momentum can carry you up fast and with good backing in terms of funds, next season might just be as exciting as this one was.

  • will you be able to hold onto Fryatt or will money from the rich clubs be too tempting?

  • He won’t go anywhere. He’s only just signed a good ( 3 1/2 years) contract with the club, and he’s definitely happy. Besides, he isn’t really good enough for a ‘rich club’ in my opinion.

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