Tranmere tie down Bell-Baggie

Tranmere winger Abdulai Bell-Baggie has signed a new contract to keep him at Prenton Park until June 2015.

Last Updated: 08/03/13 at 10:37

Ronnie Moore: Delighted to tie down Abdulai Bell-Baggie

Ronnie Moore: Delighted to tie down Abdulai Bell-Baggie

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The 20-year-old, who joined Rovers after a successful trial period in the summer, follows team-mates Max Power, Cole Stockton, Jake Kirby and Danny Holmes in committing his future to the League One club.

"Abs has done very well for us this season," manager Ronnie Moore told Rovers' official website.

"He's an exciting player and one who is capable of winning matches for us.

"When he's on top of his game he's a nightmare for defenders and he's given quite a few full-backs headaches this season.

"He's got a great attitude and has fitted in well with the rest of the squad and I'm delighted he'll be here for the next two seasons."

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