Connolly signs for Millwall

Millwall have handed a short-term deal to former Leeds and Derby defender Paul Connolly.

Last Updated: 17/09/13 at 10:47 Post Comment

Paul Connolly: Former Leeds and Derby midfielder has joined Millwall

Paul Connolly: Former Leeds and Derby midfielder has joined Millwall

The 29-year-old, a free agent after he was released by Leeds over the summer, has been training with Steve Lomas' squad this week.

Connolly has impressed enough to be handed a contract until January and could make his Lions debut against the Rams on Saturday with regular right-back Alan Dunne suspended.

Lomas on Thursday also brought in Leicester striker Martyn Waghorn on loan to take his total signings to 10 since taking over in the summer.

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