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Tuesday, 26 February, 2002, 10:44 GMT
Bradford sign Cadamarteri
Danny Cadamarteri
Cadamarteri has had limited opportunities at Everton
Danny Cadamarteri has completed a permanent move to Bradford City after scoring on his debut for the club against Gillingham.

The 22-year-old Yorkshire-born striker had joined City on an loan deal after his contract at Everton was terminated.

But he has now agreed a contract at Valley Parade lasting until June 2005.

"I am delighted that we have been able to get Danny to agree to sign for us so soon," City chairman Geoffrey Richmond told the club's website.

"We did not want to run the risk of losing him in the summer.

"His arrival at the club has given everybody a lift and you could see on Saturday that he is a natural born finisher."

Cadamarteri has struggled to break into Everton's first team and this season has played only 164 minutes of first-team football, despite the club's striker problems.

Meanwhile, Bradford are giving a trial to Norwegian striker Andre Schei Lindbaek.

The 24-year-old Molde player also had a trial at Middlesbrough earlier this season.

"His club want to get him on a new contract but I think he is reluctant," said manager Nicky Law.

"We're keen to have a look at him for a couple of days."

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