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St Mirren sign Cowdenbeath defender Peter Bradley

Cowdenbeath manager Danny Lennon
Lennon has now signed three players from Cowdenbeath

St Mirren manager Danny Lennon has raided former club Cowdenbeath for a fourth time, signing a left-back who only made his first-team there once.

The 19-year-old Peter Bradley, who has signed a one-year contract, had been attracting the interest of Celtic despite his lack of senior experience.

Bradley, a Northern Ireland youth international, joined Cowden from Glenavon in 2008.

He had loan spells last term at juniors Kirkcaldy YM and Ballingry Rovers.

Lennon has already signed central defender Darren McGregor and forward Paul McQuade from the club he led to their second promotion in a row.

And he also brought assistant Iain Jenkins with him from Central Park to St Mirren Park.

Bradley, who made his Cowden debut against Brechin City in August, is being viewed as a long-term prospect.

However, he will be cover for a position the Buddies found difficult to fill last season.

David Barron, who prefers to play right-back, and midfielder Steven Robb both deputised in that position.

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see also
Cowdenbeath appoint Nicholl boss
25 Jun 10 |  Cowdenbeath
Robb signs short-term Saints deal
24 Jun 10 |  St Mirren
St Mirren sign Cowden's McQuade
21 Jun 10 |  St Mirren
Jenkins follows Lennon to Saints
17 Jun 10 |  St Mirren
Brady to stay on with St Mirren
16 Jun 10 |  St Mirren
Cowden's McGregor joins Buddies
15 Jun 10 |  St Mirren
Dorman's Buddies exit confirmed
14 Jun 10 |  St Mirren

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Tayside and Fife Courier Wardlaw left 'in limbo' - 11 hrs ago
Tribal Football St Mirren boss again raids Cowdenbeath - 19 hrs ago
The Scotsman The Rumour Mill: Tuesday's Scottish football news and gossip - 26 hrs ago Bradley joins Saints - 36 hrs ago
Glasgow Evening Times St Mirren boss Danny Lennon has his eyes on rise - 47 hrs ago


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