Salisbury role suits McPhee

Former Torquay striker Chris McPhee has joined Salisbury City on a free transfer after his release by the Gulls on Tuesday.

Last Updated: 13/07/12 at 13:49

McPhee: Excited

McPhee: Excited

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Following an unsuccessful second spell at Plainmoor having made only six starts last season, McPhee was used predominantly as a substitute, scoring two goals for the League Two side.

The 29-year-old has secured a player/coaching contract at Salisbury.

"It's been a strange summer, as I thought I would probably be going out on loan somewhere this season," McPhee told Salisbury's official website.

"After speaking to Salisbury, I believe this is the best move for my future and I'm excited about working with the gaffer and Mikey."

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