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Ravers At The Deva

Ricky Ravenhill has today finally signed for Chester City. A host of clubs including Grimsby Town, Boston United, Yeovil Town, Rotherham United and Lincoln City has shown interest in signing him. Chester paid in the region of 50k for Ricky's servcies.

Ravenhill is the third player to move from Belle Vue to the Deva Stadium this summer. Chester had already signed Jermaine McSporran and Simon Marples who Rovers both released. Chester also have ex-Rovers Kevin Sandwith and Gregg Blundell.

The popular hard working midfielder made 159 appearances and scored 10 goals for him home town club. He also holds the Rovers club record for the most yellow cards.

Ravenhill will miss the first league game of the season due to suspension from last season.

Ricky joined Rovers on a free from Barnsley. He spent a loan spell at Napier City Rovers (New Zealand) during his time at Barnsey

Ricky has signed a 2 year deal for Chester City.




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Date:Saturday July 8 2006

Time: 4:02PM

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getting rid of the dead weed? i think he could do alright for chester, they're signing player, alot. good luck next season!!
wallis
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08/07/2006 16:14:00

Good player its just a pity he will be suspended for most of the season!!!!!!!!!!
dazza71
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08/07/2006 16:40:00

He is a very good player and I am surprised that we let him go. He has improved every season for us. Good luck Ricky. I am sure that if you ever come to watch a Donny game in the future you will be given a very warm welcome.
PopStandRover
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08/07/2006 20:23:00

i dont no why we got rid ov him he is a great player an loved the club but he has and i will miss him ricky good luck in the future we will miss you Sam
Sam_smullen
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15/07/2006 16:49:00

he always gave 100% surprised dey let him go but given club a great service
ben-sil
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16/07/2006 13:15:00

 

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