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Thursday, 19 September, 2002, 14:43 GMT 15:43 UK
Tranmere sign Taylor
Tranmere Rovers have signed promising young defender Ryan Taylor on a new long-term deal.

The 18-year-old full-back recently forced his way into the first-team at Prenton Park and scored Rovers' winner in their Worthington Cup tie at Hartlepool.

The former youth-team player has extended his current contract for a further two years in a deal that runs until June 2006.

"Ryan had done exceptionally well since coming into the first-team," chief executive Mick Horton told the club's website.

"We know that scouts from clubs in the Premier League and First Division have been watching him and so we are delighted that we have been able to secure him on a long-term contract."

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