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Former Town Striker Adam Rooney Joins Aberdeen

Former Town Striker Adam Rooney Joins Aberdeen

Former Swindon Town striker Adam Rooney is on the move back to Scotland again to join SPL club Aberdeen.

Rooney who was on loan at Swindon from Birmingham City last season was set to make a permanent switch to Swindon this season as part of an agreement with Birmingham when he arrived under Paolo Di Canio.

Rooney`s contract was torn up by former owner Jed McCrory who said the contract wasn`t legal and Rooney went on to sign with Oldham Athletic.

Rooney is currently embroiled in a legal dispute with Swindon Town over the issue.



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Writer:Shaun Calderwood
Date:Thursday January 23 2014
Time: 3:38PM

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