Leicester sign Taylor-Fletcher

Experienced forward Gary Taylor-Fletcher has signed for Leicester on a one-year contract.

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Gary Taylor-Fletcher: Signed for Leicest

Gary Taylor-Fletcher: Signed for Leicest

Experienced forward Gary Taylor-Fletcher has signed for Leicester on a one-year contract, subject to Football League and FA clearance.

The 32-year-old striker arrives at The King Power Stadium as a free agent after leaving Blackpool at the end of last season.

The former Huddersfield man will wear the number 22 shirt for the Foxes and could face Blackpool on Saturday if the deal is ratified in time by the Football League.

Taylor-Fletcher has played and scored in all four English divisions, including six goals in 32 appearances for Blackpool in the Premier League in 2010/11.


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