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Everton Sign Winger Aiden McGeady From Spartak Moscow

aiden mcgeady 300x452 Everton Sign Winger Aiden McGeady From Spartak Moscow

Everton have completed the signing of Republic of Ireland winger Aiden McGeady from Spartak Moscow for an undisclosed fee.

The player was paraded at Goodison Park before Everton’s match today against Norwich City.

Manager Roberto Martinez tried to sign McGeady when he was in charge at Wigan Athletic, but was unable to get the former Celtic footballer.

While McGeady is now at Everton, striker Nikica Jelavic is close to securing a deal to join Hull City.

Editor’s note: For the latest Everton news, analysis and opinion, visit the Everton team page.

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2 Responses to Everton Sign Winger Aiden McGeady From Spartak Moscow

  1. JJ says:

    Toffees I have one word for you and that’s Ambition. Roberto has come in and has said lets not be reactive but proactive sand the signings he made and football you play signify his intentions. Keep it up.

  2. CTBlues says:

    Ah, the Celtic boy comes back from the depths of Ruskie football.

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