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DRFC Price back in business

Former Doncaster Rovers striker Jason Price has signed for Morecambe on a short term deal.

The former Rovers favourite, who helped the club win their first domestic trophy and earn promotion to the championship during three years at Rovers as signed for the League Two side on a short-term deal until the New Year.

Price started the season at Barnet on a one-month deal, making five appearances and scoring one goal but it wasn`t enough to earn a deal with the North London club.

Price was without a club since being released by Barnet but he is now continuing his long playing career with the North West side.

The 34 year old as been much travelled since leaving the Keepmoat in 2009.

Morecambe will be his eighth club since leaving and his thirteenth club in total in a sixteen-year professional career that started at Swansea City in 1995.

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The Journalist

Writer: DonnyEd Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday September 4 2011

Time: 9:31PM

Your Comments

I have always kept one eye on his career since he left. Glad to see he's still keeping going.
DonnyEd
I have always kept one eye on his career since he left. Glad to see he's still keeping going.
DonnyEd
Good for him, he always looked like a player who loved playing the game. He was great for us but the step up to the championship just looked to much.
1879Rovers
Good for him, he always looked like a player who loved playing the game. He was great for us but the step up to the championship just looked to much.
1879Rovers
 

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