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Last Updated: Thursday, 21 August, 2003, 11:36 GMT 12:36 UK
Terry completes Yeovil move
Yeovil Town have signed midfielder Paul Terry from Dagenham and Redbridge.

The 24-year-old, who is the brother of Chelsea's John Terry, was included in the Yeovil squad for their reserve game at Cardiff and could make his league debut at Orient on Saturday.

Glovers boss Gary Johnson told BBC Radio Bristol: "I spoke to the Dagenham manager at the end of last year and he said he wasn't available.

"I kept checking every month to see if he was available, because I know situations change."

"I think Paul felt that he'd like to speak to us and in the end Dagenham agreed, so he's very happy and knows he'll get his chance in the league."

Johnson said Terry will help provide some strength in depth.

"I'm delighted to be able to bring Paul to Huish Park for although we have a strong squad in quality we are a little short on the numbers necessary to play in Division Three," he told the club's website.

"Paul is a quality midfield player who has represented England in the England National Game XI and will be a great addition to our squad."

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