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Ian Thomas-Moore joins Rotherham United from Tranmere

Ian Thomas-Moore
Thomas-Moore has scored nine goals for Tranmere this season

Rotherham United have signed striker Ian Thomas-Moore for an undisclosed fee on an 18-month contract from League One side Tranmere Rovers.

The 34-year-old is the son of Millers manager Ronnie Moore and will play under his father for a second time.

Thomas-Moore began his career at Tranmere in 1994 and joined Nottingham Forest in a £1m move in 1997.

After spells with Stockport, Burnley, Leeds and Hartlepool, Moore rejoined Tranmere in January 2008.

It was in his second stint at Prenton Park when he linked up with his father for the first time, before his dad was sacked as Rovers manager in June 2009.

Moore, who has also had loan spells with Bradford and West Ham, was linked with a move to Rotherham last year, after submitting a transfer request in the summer.

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Thomas-Moore sets safety target
06 Jan 11 |  Tranmere
Thomas-Moore asks to leave Rovers
09 Aug 10 |  Tranmere
Thomas-Moore explains name change
28 Jul 09 |  Tranmere
Tranmere manager Moore signs son
31 Jan 08 |  Tranmere

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